Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Review: The Private School Murders

The Private School Murders The Private School Murders by James Patterson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

After reading the first book in this series, I was very intrigued to see what Tandy would get into next. And this wasn't just about Private School Murders. Oh, no. This book had Tandy tangling with multiple cases:

1. Private school murders - all females who got shot in public areas
2. Very dangerous, very rare, very deadly snakes and spiders and other scary creatures were being found in Tandy's apartment complex
3. Matthew Angel, older brother of the Angels, was in custody for potentially killing his girlfriend and unborn baby
4. Tandy's love, who was ripped out her arms and deleted from her memory, is possibly out there somewhere trying to get a hold Tandy after months of not talking to each other.

So yeah, this poor 16-year-old girl has a lot of crap going on in her life. And she's now being introduced to having feelings, so sometimes she's a wreck and starts to cry, which she finds frustrating since she doesn't have time for emotional break downs.

I really do like Tandy. She is spunky and smart and she never gives up. And I love that she can connect clues together for cases that NYPD didn't figure out. She really is the person to go to with an open case for a chance to get the case closed with the right information.

I'm really excited to see what is next in store for Tandy Angel and her family - especially in a new setting!

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