The Wrong Mother by Sophie Hannah was the first of my fiction picks for the To Be Read Challenge. It’s a contemporary British mystery, with a plot that sounded interesting to me: a mother who needs a break sneaks away for a kid-free, husband-free vacation where she ends up having an affair. Fast forward one year later, and the wife and daughter of the man she met on vacation are found dead and when she sees this on the news, she notices that she looks like the wife. There were lots of twists and turns, which kept me intrigued. Tana French, who wrote two mysteries that I really like (In the Woods and The Likeness), wrote the blurb on the cover and she called it “gripping”, which I think was accurate. Definitely made me want to figure out what happened.