The Child by Fiona Barton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
To begin with, I didn't realize this was the second in a series; I look forward to reading the first. But I can say that you don't need to read the first.
Houses are being renovated; an infant's body is found.
Who is this dead baby? How did they wind up there?
Kate Waters, a journalist, is trying to keep up in an industry that is now more about clicks than research and connections when she sees the story and starts following up. Looking up reports of missing infants who were never found.
There are the couple who years ago had a newborn taken from her hospital room; haunted by that loss, and those accusations.
There is the woman who doesn't want to think about her own past, her troubled relationship with her mother.
I love how all these strands came together; and the only reason I figured out things a bit before Kate did is, well, I have the benefit of reading a book and realizing those are the dots to connect.
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