When reporter Ellen Gleeson gets a aHave You Seen This Child?a flyer in the mail, she almost throws it away. But something about it makes her look again, and her heart stops. The child in the photo looks exactly like her adopted son, Will. All her instincts tell her to deny the similarity between her son and the photo, for she knows his adoption was lawful. But sheas a journalist and canat stop thinking about the image until she figures out the truth. Moreover, she canat shake off the question: if Will rightfully belongs to someone else, should she keep him or give him up? As she investigates, uncovering clues no one was meant to discover, she digs too deep, endangering her own life a and that of the son she loves. In this emotionally charged, heart-pounding thriller Lisa Scottoline has broken new ground. Look Again examines the very essence of parenthood and raises a question that will haunt readers long after they have finished the last page: aWhat would I do?aThey both had blue eyes and blond hair. ... Shea#39;d been doing a story on nurses in the pediatric cardiac intensive care unit at Dupont Hospital in Wilmington, and Will was in the CICU ... with a Dacron graft, and the second to repair the graft when one of the stitches came looseaand he lay silently, never crying or whimperinganbsp;...
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