Interesting premise but it often ends up being a glorified romance novel
Published by MacMillan Audio in 2009
Read by Mary Stuart Masterson
Duration: 9 hours, 27 minutes
In a planned departure from her normal books featuring female attorneys, Lisa Scottoline brings us the story of a single mother reporter (Ellen) and her adopted son. At the beginning of Look Again Ellen glances at one of those "Have you seen this child?" cards that come in the mail and she notes that the child looks just like her adopted son, Will.
A little digging by Ellen uncovers several clues that her son may indeed be a missing child, which leads us to the key point of tension in the book: If it turned out your child was actually someone else's child, would you tell and lose the child or would you stay quiet and leave another parent in pain?
|Narrator Mary Stuart Masterson|
At the end of the last CD is an enjoyable 10-15 minute interview with Scottoline.
I rate this book 3 stars out of 5.
This audiobook can be found on Amazon.com here: Look Again by Lisa Scottoline.
Reviewed on September 17, 2009.