Confessions of a Murder Suspect by James Patterson
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
Confessions of a Murder Suspect was boring.
By the time i got halfway, i just wanted the book to end.
The Angel family was bizarre.
The parents trained their kids to show no emotion. If they did show emotion, they were labelled as weak, and damaged.
There was other strange things happening too, and i honestly don't know how they managed to raise four kids without getting at least one visit from social services!
All of the characters were annoying, but the most annoying one was one of the cops.
Caputo never called Tandy by her name. I know her full name is ridiculous (Tandoori) but calling her a different name every time they met was stupid, especially when her nickname "Tandy" is okay.
He started doing it with the others as well, even though there names were fine.
The ending to this was okay, but it wasn't anything exciting.
Overall, slow, boring, and had annoying characters.
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