I am totally digging James Patterson's latest collaboration with Maxine Paetro in Confessions of a Murder Suspect, and I am definitely not giving Patterson all of the credit with this one.
Sixteen-year-old Tandy Angel comes from a family of outstanding achievers. Her
parents are self-made millionaires. She and her three siblings surpass
all other kids in strength, intelligence, performance, talents and focus. Matthew
is a famous football player, ten-year-old Hugo has muscle strength beyond
imagination, Tandy's twin brother, Harry, is a prodigy in art and music, and
Tandy is an absolute genius. Is
all this talent genetic, is it normal? Could it be their strict upbringing? Or are we missing something?
Regardless, all of this success comes crashing down when Tandy's parents
are found dead in their bedroom. With no sign of forced
entry, Tandy and her brothers are the main suspects for murder. Tandy decides she's going to do everything in her power to discover the truth. She begins her own investigation; interrogating the neighbors,
searching through drawers and doing anything possible to shed some light and
clear the family name. Along the way, she uncovers shocking secrets about
everyone in the Angel household, including herself...