What’s up Night Owls! I read this book back in January and never got around to writing a review for it. Since I reviewed the first book, last year I thought it would only be fair to share my thoughts on the rest of the series. I would give this book a solid 4.5/5 stars. I did give it 5/5 stars on Goodreads, but I’ve changed my mind about a few things.
Confessions: The Private School Murders by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro is the second book in the Confession series. It picks up right after the events of the first book. After the deaths of their parents has been solved, the Angel family is once again facing a scandal. Matthew has been arrested for the murder of his fiance and her child. Tandy wants to help her brother, but she finds herself involved in another murder, when a classmate of hers is found dead in Central Park. In the Upper West Side, there has been multiple murders of young women, but the cops do not think this recent death of this highschool girl is connected. Tandy disagrees and is set to crack the case.
With Matthew in jail for Tamara’s murder, the Angel family is in the headlines, again. Uncle Peter, just to make things even more irritating, leaves the family with a stranger as their guardian. Jacob is an ex-Israeli military officer and the newly appointed guardian of the Angels. Tandy thinks he has a secret to hide and will do anything to find out what he is hiding. She also has this new best friend, CP. Tandy is set to free Matthew, solve the murders, and get more info on who Jacob is and what he is hiding.
This was a good sequel. It’s not my favorite, but I enjoyed it. I did really enjoy listening to the audiobook. Emma Galvin did an amazing job! I wish she narrated the rest of the series. If they rerelease the third and fourth audiobooks, Emma Galvin needs to narrate. The reason why I’m deducting half a point is because of the ending. I predicted what would happen. Overall, if you want to continue with this series, read this book.