Look Again: A Novel

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St. Martin's Publishing Group, Apr 1, 2010 - Fiction - 352 pages

When reporter Ellen Gleeson gets a "Have You Seen This Child?" 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 is identical to her adopted son, Will. Her every instinct tells her to deny the similarity between the boys, because she knows her adoption was lawful. But she's a journalist and won't be able to stop thinking about the photo until she figures out the truth. And she can't shake the question: if Will rightfully belongs to someone else, should she keep him or give him up? She investigates, uncovering clues no one was meant to discover, and when she digs too deep, she risks losing her own life—and that of the son she loves.
Lisa Scottoline breaks new ground in Look Again, a thriller that's both heart-stopping and heart-breaking, and sure to have new fans and book clubs buzzing.

 

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I read my first Lisa Scottoline last year, but unfortunate it was not for me. I owned a few more, so I decided to give Look Again a chance. This one caught my attention right from the start. This was ... Read full review

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This is my second novel of Scottoline's and I think I am in love. I was gripped to the book from the very beginning and I did not expect the ending to happen as it did. I felt like some descriptions ... Read full review

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Contents

Chapter Fiftyone
206
Chapter Fiftytwo
208
Chapter Fiftythree
212
Chapter Fiftyfour
214
Chapter Fiftyfive
220
Chapter Fiftysix
224
Chapter Fiftyseven
228
Chapter Fiftyeight
230

Chapter Nine
31
Chapter Ten
33
Chapter Eleven
37
Chapter Twelve
39
Chapter Thirteen
46
Chapter Fourteen
49
Chapter Fifteen
54
Chapter Sixteen
59
Chapter Seventeen
63
Chapter Eighteen
65
Chapter Nineteen
67
Chapter Twenty
68
Chapter Twentyone
72
Chapter Twentytwo
75
Chapter Twentythree
80
Chapter Twentyfour
85
Chapter Twentyfive
87
Chapter Twentysix
90
Chapter Twentyseven
97
Chapter Twentyeight
99
Chapter Twentynine
102
Chapter Thirty
107
Chapter Thirtyone
113
Chapter Thirtytwo
114
Chapter Thirtythree
120
Chapter Thirtyfour
125
Chapter Thirtyfive
131
Chapter Thirtysix
137
Chapter Thirtyseven
142
Chapter Thirtyeight
146
Chapter Thirtynine
153
Chapter Forty
157
Chapter Fortyone
166
Chapter Fortytwo
169
Chapter Fortythree
172
Chapter Fortyfour
174
Chapter Fortyfive
180
Chapter Fortysix
182
Chapter Fortyseven
186
Chapter Fortyeight
190
Chapter Fortynine
197
Chapter Fifty
202
Chapter Fiftynine
233
Chapter Sixty
235
Chapter Sixtyone
237
Chapter Sixtytwo
239
Chapter Sixtythree
243
Chapter Sixtyfour
245
Chapter Sixtyfive
247
Chapter Sixtysix
250
Chapter Sixtyseven
256
Chapter Sixtyeight
261
Chapter Sixtynine
263
Chapter Seventy
267
Chapter Seventyone
269
Chapter Seventytwo
271
Chapter Seventythree
274
Chapter Seventyfour
278
Chapter Seventyfive
280
Chapter Seventysix
285
Chapter Seventyseven
288
Chapter Seventyeight
294
Chapter Seventynine
299
Chapter Eighty
307
Chapter Eightyone
309
Chapter Eightytwo
312
Chapter Eightythree
316
Chapter Eightyfour
321
Chapter Eightyfive
329
Chapter Eightysix
334
Chapter Eightyseven
337
Chapter Eightyeight
342
Chapter Eightynine
347
Chapter Ninety
350
Chapter Ninetyone
354
Chapter Ninetytwo
356
Chapter Ninetythree
358
Chapter Ninetyfour
360
Chapter Ninetyfive
364
Chapter Ninetysix
366
Epilogue
371
Acknowledgments
375
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About the author (2010)

Lisa Scottoline is the New York Times bestselling author of novels including Lady Killer, Think Twice, Save Me and Everywhere That Mary Went. She also writes a weekly column, "Chick Wit," with her daughter Francesca Serritella, for The Philadelphia Inquirer. The columns have been collected in Why My Third Husband Will Be a Dog and My Nest Isn't Empty, It Just Has More Closet Space. She has won an EdgarŽ Award and Cosmopolitan magazine's "Fun Fearless Fiction" Award, and she is the president of Mystery Writers of America. She teaches a course on justice and fiction at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, her alma mater. She lives in the Philadelphia area.

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