Confessions of a Murder Suspect (Confessions, #1) by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro

Confessions of a Murder Suspect by James Patterson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This is really easy to read. It’s very much like a TV criminal procedure show and just like those have some really ridiculous plots so does this. I enjoyed this because it was silly and over the top.

If I had tried to take this book seriously then it wouldn’t have worked, especially because the narrator is supposed to be so intelligent but then acts like an idiot. A lot.

I read this 10 years after publication and there is plenty that doesn’t age so well but if you want an easy read with little over thinking of plot/character issues then this is a fun escape because it’s silly. Word of warning though, the ending is set up for more books so plenty of unresolved plot lines.

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