In the novel Look Again, by Lisa Scottoline, a reporter named Ellen Gleeson, also a single mother, is raising her adopted son named Will. One day she sees a flier saying, "Have you seen this chold?" She noticed somethign very trange about the photo of the boy, he looks exactly like Will. This is very weird to her and being a reporter, she investigates. She looks all over Google and find the family looking for their son. Carol Braverman is the mother of the missing boy who is named Timothy. Now even more skeptical, she checks the adoption records, but everything seems to be normal with them. Not able to get over her suspicions, she calls the attorney who she worked with through the adoption and finds out she has killed herself. Now very frightened, she looks at the adoption forms again to find the birth mother whose name is Amy Martin. Later on, she follows Carol Braverman into a bar and is able to obtain some of her DNA off of a cigarette she had smoked and thrown away. Awhile after that, she is at Amy's home and finds a picture of a man who she starts calling "Beach Boy". Soon after the visit to her house, Amy is found dead. She talks to a friend of Amy's named Melanie, who thinks Amy was killed by someone lacing her drugs with a toxic chemical. Melanie also shares that Amy had been in an abusive relationship with a man named Rob Moore, who looks like Beach Boy. The relationship took place about four years ago, the exact same time as the adoption process. Ellen now believes that Will is actually Carol's son Timothy, and that Rob is now murdering everyone who had anything to do with the adoption. Now Ellen is left to defend herself and her son alone, and does not want to give away the only family she has.
1:) If you had adopted a child and found out it was actually a parents child who had been kidnapped and was looking for it, would you return the child or hide the fact you ever knew about it?
2:) If you were in Ellen's situation and you and your sons lives were in danger, what would you try and do to save the two of you? To what length would you go?