Gone by Elisabeth Naughton. Published by Montlake

It’s been three years, but the pain hasn’t subsided. Alec only looked away for a minutes, but that was enough time for daughter Emma, only one year old, to be taken. What was supposed to be a fun day at the park ended in tragedy. Emma was never found and presumed dead. The terrible events were enough to destroy Alec and Raegan’s marriage. Now, a 4-year-old girl resembling Emma has been found wandering in the park. Alec and Raegan rush to the area, only to be heartbroken yet again when they learn the girl is not their daughter. Still, the excitement has reignited Raegan’s determination to find her daughter, dead or alive, so that she can at least have some answers. While Alec believes someone in his family may have been involved with Emma’s disappearance, Raegan begins to put together a theory that involves other kidnappings in the area. This is a heart stopping story that may be a little too much for readers with young children (mine is 14 now, so it’s not as hard)

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