I’d Know You Anywhere by Laura Lippman (2010)
Interesting premise about a woman who is contacted by the man who had kidnapped her as a teen, holding her captive for weeks, and is now on death row and about to be executed for murder. What makes it more interesting is that it was inspired by a true crime.
The story alternates between present day and 1985, when Eliza was kidnapped, and provides haunting insights into the mind of the kidnapper, the effects of the kidnapping on Eliza, as well as an interesting look at the death penalty. Although some of the issues in this book are a bit disturbing, I found the characters to be intriguing and the storyline absorbing.