Most Wanted, by Lisa Scottoline, is about a school teacher named Christine Nilsson, who has been unsuccessfully trying to have a baby. She and her husband make the decision to use a donor, and she finally gets pregnant. As she enjoys her pregnancy, her world gets shattered when she discovers that her baby's donor might be a serial killer. Unable to keep guessing, she takes matters into her own hands to try and discover if the alleged serial killer really is her donor. Meanwhile, she and her husband drift apart as they disagree on how to approach the situation. As Christine investigates a string of murders, there are several twists and turns, and things are nor always as they seem. The quest to determine whether her donor is a serial killer or not proves to be a complicated one wrought with unexpected discoveries. I do not ordinarily read contemporary thrillers, but this book made my heart pound and was a page turner. I would recommend this work to those seeking an engaging and suspenseful read.
September 15, 2017 Shuly @ Five Forks