Confessions: The Private School Murders
In the sequel to the #1 New York Times bestseller Confessions of a Murder Suspect, James Patterson keeps the confessions coming breathlessly as Tandy Angel delves deeper into her own tumultuous history-and proves that she can rise above the sordid Angel legacy. Wealthy young women are being... show more
In the sequel to the #1 New York Times bestseller Confessions of a Murder Suspect, James Patterson keeps the confessions coming breathlessly as Tandy Angel delves deeper into her own tumultuous history-and proves that she can rise above the sordid Angel legacy. Wealthy young women are being murdered on Manhattan's exclusive Upper West Side, and the police aren't looking for answers in the right places. Enter Tandy Angel. The first case she cracked was the mystery of her parents' deaths. Now, while she's working to exonerate her brother of his glamorous girlfriend's homicide, she is forced to get involved in the West Side murder spree. One of the recent victims was a student at Tandy's own elite school. She has a hunch it may be the work of a serial killer, but the NYPD isn't listening to her...and Tandy can't ignore the disturbing fact that she perfectly fits the profile of the killer's targets. Can she untangle the mysteries in time? Or will she be the next victim?
Publish date: September 16th 2014
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: Confessions (#2)
The saga of the Angel children continues in the follow up to Confessions of a Murder Suspect. This book opens with Matthew still in jail for the murder of his pregnant girlfriend, and the emergence of serial killer who is killing private school girls. I though this was a fun little read. The myst...
Tandy is back and this time she has 3 mysteries to solve. First, who killed her brother's fiancee (Matthew is on trial for the murder, but Tandy is pretty sure he didn't do it). Second, who is killing wealthy private school girls (who are about Tandy's age). And finally, how are poisonous creatures ...
This is a book that I just couldn't help but read and finish...The further along I got into the book, the better it got for me...Once I got 300 pages in, it seemed like it just zoomed by and whenever I had to stop reading or set it down for a little while/for the night, it was almost an anxiousness ...
The title was completely misleading. I think instead of Private School Murders, it should have been Looking for James. The reference to the private school murders only took place in the beginning and the end of the novel. The rest of the time, Tandy spent her time to search for whatever information ...