Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Shelf Control: Look Again

I’ve decided to try a new meme this week - Shelf Control.

Shelf Control is a weekly meme created and hosted by Bookshelf Fantasies. The idea of this meme is to create a post about a book on your shelf (print or electronic) that is waiting to be read. Because I use my library so much, I may also use my library ‘to be read’ shelf’. I’m hoping this may help me to rediscover and finally read some of the books that have been waiting for their turn to be read for way too long!

For my first pick I am featuring Look Again by Lisa Scottoline

Title: Look Again
Author: Lisa Scottoline
Genre: Mystery - Suspense - Thriller
Year Published: 2009
Length: 337 pages
Goodreads Rating: 3.84

Goodreads Synopsis:

This is a high-octane thriller from "New York Times" top ten bestseller writer. Ellen is a single mother, and a feature writer for a local Philadelphia newspaper, recently taken over by a new hot editor, Marcelo, who though gorgeous, has not been short in letting staff go. Ellen knows that, like others, her job may be on the line, and she is more vulnerable than most, for she has a three-year old adopted son, Will, who is the love of her life. As she goes to collect her post one morning, she picks up a 'Missing Child' card, and is struck by the uncanny resemblance between Will and the little boy, Timothy Braverman, who was kidnapped from his home in Miami two years ago. Timothy's parents have a website for their child, and the story is grim: not only was Timothy kidnapped, but his childminder was killed. The ransom was paid, the child never returned to his home. For Ellen, the story is heartfelt: she first got to know Timothy as a small baby, when he was in hospital undergoing heart surgery; his adoption was hard won. As she searches further, something niggles at Ellen, and she begins to delve into the story of Will's birth mother, and uncover a horrendous story that, as the novel goes on, has far reaching consequences.

How I Got It: Library Friends Book Fair

When I Got It: July 201

Why I want to Read It: I’ve heard a lot of good things about Lisa Scottoline’s books but I’ve never read one. I don’t typically pick up thrillers, but I’m doing it more and more and I enjoy them when I do. The cover got my attention but the synopsis is what pulled me in!
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