98. She’s Not There by Joy Fielding
Carole is looking forward to a romantic trip away in Mexico with her husband for her tenth anniversary, but things go horribly wrong when their 2 year old daughter is kidnapped from their hotel room. Now it’s 15 years later and a young girl contacts her saying she thinks she is the long lost Samantha. The book moves back and forth in time from the present to the past when the kidnapping happened as well as filling in some of the intervening years.
I thought the ending was a little ridiculous, but overall I found it an enjoyable read. I give it a 6 out of 10.