WHITE MALE INFANT – G
D’Amato, Barbara – 5th stand alone
When surgical pathologist Dooley McSweeny discovers the son he and his wife adopted could not have come from Russia, as they believed, he becomes involved in the world of international adoption.
I would not recommend this book to anyone who has adopted, or is thinking about adoption, as it is disturbing. I am, in general, a fan of Ms. D’Amato’s. However, I found the coincidences in this story a bit extreme and the characters flat. I would recommend Nora Robert’s “Birthright” as being a better “read.”