A baby is born one day, in a large metropolitan hospital, but vanishes the next. How can it be, where is he, and who was able to execute such a heart-stopping feat? Maternity head nurse, Denia Penell, is overwhelmed by these questions and one other; how could the baby have been snatched from under her and her staff's constant vigilance? Denia, still consumed by the death of her husband, Patrick, while they were honeymooning in Italy four years prior, becomes riveted on the baby's disappearance and on the diligence and attention of Detective Peter Bedroxi. As time goes by, she unwittingly learns the baby's whereabouts, but because of extenuating circumstances, Denia is forbidden to share the information with the detective. Unable to cope with having this knowledge, and still tormented by Patrick's death, she decides to face her haunting, personal angst, and go to Italy to grapple with the trauma at the mountain site where her husband lost his life. This book, WHERE Is Baby K., is poignant, fast moving, and its unexpected ending will stay with you a long time.