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Friday, July 25, 2014

Let’s Booktalk: Confessions of a Murder Suspect by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro

“Are you familiar with the phrase unreliable narrator? Maybe from English-lit class? It’s when the storyteller might not be worthy of your trust. In fact, the storyteller might be a complete liar. So given what I just said, you’re probably wondering: Is that me?”

A person could say the Angel family name was a false advertisement, which may be why the Angel children are suspected of murdering their parents.

Tandy was roused from sleep by the buzzer of her family’s apartment located on Dakota near Central Park in New York City. The police were waiting to be let in for some reason, and all she knew was that if they didn’t quiet down her parents would be mad for having been disturbed. But, then a horrifying reality ensued when she found out that her parents were dead and the police were looking to set up one of the Angel children with the murder.

Tandy along with the help from her siblings will find the terrible truth of their parents death, and what it means to be an Angel.

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