Miss Me When I’m Gone, by Emily Arsenault.

Gretchen is gone, to an early (suspicious) death just as her birth mother went to an early death before her.  Asked to be her literary executor, longtime friend Jamie attempts to solve the mystery of both deaths (before her baby is born).

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