The Private School Murders PDF ¸ The Private eBook

The Private School Murders PDF ¸ The Private eBook

The Private School Murders ❰Download❯ ➶ The Private School Murders Author James Patterson – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk CONFESSA UE NÃO CONFIAS EM NINGUÉMEis Tandy Angel O primeiro caso ue conseguiu resolver foi o da morte dos seus pais ricos e famosos Agora tenta ilibar o seu irmão da acusação de ter matado a nam CONFESSA UE NÃO CONFIAS EM NINGUÉMEis Tandy Angel O primeiro caso ue conseguiu resolver foi o da morte dos seus pais ricos e famosos Agora tenta ilibar o seu irmão da acusação de ter matado a namorada grávida Mas Tandy também está em perigoCONFESSA UE NÃO TE SENTES SEGURAJovens raparigas dos colégios mais exclusivos de Nova Iorue The Private eBook Ö estão a aparecer assassinadas e a polícia está longe de descobrir o culpadoCONFESSA UE É DEMAIS PARA TIUma das vítimas era colega de Tandy na mesma escola de elite ue esta freuenta Tandy suspeita de um assassino em série mas a polícia não lhe dá ouvidos Tandy também não consegue ignorar ue ela própria se encaixa no perfil das vítimasCONSEGUIRÁ ELA DESCOBRIR O ASSASSINO ANTES DE SE TORNAR O PRÓXIMO ALVO.


10 thoughts on “The Private School Murders

  1. Penny Naimsworth Penny Naimsworth says:

    I gave this book a one star rating based on what goodreads defines as one star Simply put I just didn't like the bookNow here's why1 Tandy Argh I read the first book in this series a long time ago so I don't know how I felt about her then but I can tell you now that I Just Don't Like Her She just comes off as a pretentious know it all I hated the way that she constantly dissed the NYPD and kept saying that she had super sharp instincts The worst part is that she actually solves the crimes in such stupid ways which leads me to my next gripe2 The Plot First of all the title is sort of misleading Sure private school murders happen but that's not really the crux of the story No the story is mostly about Tandy constantly pining over a boy that she knew for only what two weeks? I don't necessarily have a problem with that but I thought this was a detective novel not a love drama And the detective work was really half assed Picture this a FAMOUS actress is murdered in her house or apartment complex condo etc the person being blamed is another FAMOUS person and they are living in NEW YORK The victim was murdered in only one room of her house Now do you think that crime scene investigators for a famous murder in New York would actually only just scan that one room? Well according to Tandy's world of course that's the only logical course for the NYPD Argh Seriously? I'm sure you can now guess how Tandy cracked the case view spoilerShe found blood prints on the dumbwaiter elevator in the broom closet Yeah 'cause it would be unthinkable for the CSI to check every room in the house when the crime happened in only one room rolls eyes hide spoiler


  2. Kirsty-Marie Jones Kirsty-Marie Jones says:

    Oh dear everything that's holy my heart hurts It freaking hurtsThe Private School Murders kicks off three months after Confessions of A Murder Suspect Matthew's still in jail pending trial on a charge the mystery of James Rampling is fracturing and we get to know him and oh my fictional guy This is the part where I could gush and fangirl but you know what? James Rampling deserves so I'm saying I wish this guy was real So damn real Anyway back to topic where was I? RightThe Angels are still staying in the Dakota and though their parents are dead they're still worming their way into their lives like the worms were probably worming their way into them Too morbid? Well let's add a little Female private school girls are turning up dead executioner style and once it starts hitting someone Tandy knows she puts it upon herself to find the killer Weird things are going on in their building deadly reptiles arachnids are crawling out of the woodwork and their new appointed guardian and ex military Jacob are treating them like family and even hugs them For once the Angels' have a schedule rules and a somewhat stabilised life with someone looking out for them instead of themselvesYou're in for a rollercoaster ride dear friendThere's a lot going on in The Private School Murders three on going investigations the forgotten memories of true love and ladies and gentleman the real Tandy Angel has arrivedAnd she takes no prisonersThis was So Good So Freaking GoodIt's been a while since a book has totally consumed me I mean I've read loads that I like some that I really like but there's just something about this that's so addicting and I kept reading chapter after chapter wanting it to never end Tandy's far from perfect nor are the other characters but they're uniue characters that work well together and though know nothing of a real family they are one They're beginning to find out who they really are and it's harder for the older ones since they're most set in their ways than the youngest Hugo But they're getting on with their lives they're living breathing and things may be different they may have changed slightly but they're still the same All the characteristics that made them who they are especially Harry and Tandy are still there they're just potent and clean than it used to beWe also get insight into who they are too especially Tandy and what was done to her Now completely off the pills she uses her skills for good and she uncovers a lot than the detectives do It also puts her in danger We also finally see the sixteen year old girl she should have been in flashbacks with James Rampling you can see how much they really loved each other and that starts breaking through to this Tandy Though Malcolm and Maud are dead what they done is still alive and effecting her even now and it is foul and disgusting and cruel and psychotic but she's still breathing and though it hurts she's still rediscovering James how much she loved him and how it felt to be loved by him and it's truly heart breaking I liked Tandy this time round she's human and less the mechanical robot Malcolm and Maud wanted their children to be she's found her calling she's trying to find her love but most of all she's trying to find herself without the pharmaceuticals without being Malcom and Mauds' golden child She's getting there she really is she's determined and definitely not a pushover and she's freaking hilarious when she wants to beI also loved the newest addition Jacob He's ex military so he's scheduled and precise sharp runs on rules a little stubborn overprotective and just the guardianparent they needed Someone who pushed them to strive but knew balance He's got his own secrets too and damn they were goodI don't know if there's any books in this series but please please let there be I'm not ready to let go of these yetNeedMoreNowPlease?With connections murder and heart wrenching love closes the left open and bleeding ending to Confessions of A Murder Suspect Review originally posted on Studio Reads


  3. jv poore jv poore says:

    I simply love a good mystery Whenever I pick up a book that falls into the Mystery category I envision my own personal game of Clue I can’t wait to figure out who what when where why and how I enjoy mysteries so much in fact that I am going to try to solve one as I write this review Why when Mr Patterson won’t play with me do I keep reading his books?Although it puzzles me I am a James Patterson fan A few years ago I found myself waiting somewhere without a book In desperation I plucked a tattered copy of Roses are Red from the rack at the Whatever Mart Then I was hooked I went back to the first Alex Cross book and ploughed through until I was caught up at which point I dived into the Women’s Murder Club books as I excitedly awaited the release of the next Alex Cross adventure When I saw that Mr Patterson’s Confessions The Private School Murders was a First Reads Giveaway; I promptly entered my name into the drawing and was lucky enough to win a copy Because I adore Mr Patterson’s books for adults so much; I fully expected to be blown away by his writing for Young Adults who uite frankly can be a much demanding fickle and harder to please audience than we Older Adults tend to beThis is a follow up to Mr Patterson’s first YA book Confessions of A Murder Suspect Although I hadn’t read the first book the seuel was very easy to slip into The Angel family is a captivating cast of characters within themselves Tandy Angel the teen age sister is our main character and narrator Her older brother is accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend Both her twin brother and her younger brother look to Tandy to clear his name In the meantime she is a bit distracted by the fact that girls her age attending elite private schools just like she does; are turning up dead Oh and some pretty funky mysterious and uite creepy things are going down in the Dakota where the siblings currently resideThe story line is fascinating and the writing is sharp and witty Mr Patterson sticks with his old tricks in that he taunts me with the mystery For example at one point Tandy “opens the door and finds the proof that she needs” WHAT did she find? How can I possibly solve this mystery when he won’t divulge this information? How dare he have the character hold those cards so close to her chest? His books are like Atari’s Pac Man come on some of you remember this I would get annoyed and frustrated but I always kept playing No I haven’t not solved my conundrum of why I keep reading Mr Patterson’s mysteries when I know that I will never ever be given the information to solve the crime before the hero does I only know that his ideas are amazing and his story telling is masterful I guess I could say that Mr Patterson’s books are the Candy Crush of the written word and I am hooked


  4. Brooke ♥booklife4life♥ Brooke ♥booklife4life♥ says:

    At A GlanceGenre Young Adult; MysteryLove TriangleInsta LoveObsession? noCliff Hanger ehRating 35 starsScore Sheet All out of tenCover 6Plot 6Characters 7World Building 6Flow 7Series Congruity 7Writing 7Ending 6Total 6In DeptBest Part Court roomWorst Part Still lost Thoughts Had what?; yay; huhConclusionContinuing the Series yesRecommending ehShort Review Okay this book was a bit better than book 1 mainly because hello court rooms scenes I am obsessed with law order and this book felt like i was just reading a law order episode and i loved it Nancy Drew eh i mean Tandy What kind of name is that gets back into trying to do what the police aren't i guess She is a bit less annoying in this book thou Brother is still up for murdering his gf which he probably did Review in GIF Form


  5. Bookworm007 Bookworm007 says:

    Not as good as Maximum Ride but still contain Patterson's signature attention grabbing short chapters which I like very muchedit on Nov 4th 2013Ehh my rating bends towards 35 starsI read the the 1st book at the beginning of this year and the only thing I remembered was Patterson's fast paced attention grabbing short chapters The plot mystery and deduction wasn't at its best but was still somewhat enjoyable That being said those were the only reasons I decided to read Confessions 2 I didn't read it for the characters because I neither care nor like any of them Though Confessions 2 made me warm up to Caputo but only because he was just about the only person whose dialogue I enjoyed reading No wait I enjoyed him and Jacob'sSitting down to write this review it suddenly occurred to me that the murders of the private school girls contained absolutely NOTHING of important significance Oh sure view spoilerTandy flushed out the murderer and he's sent to jail hide spoiler


  6. Veronica Morfi Veronica Morfi says:

    Another mystery or four solved by Tandy Angel Really loving this family in all its weirdness Already ordered the two last? books in the series and cant wait to get to them I love YA mysteries lately and this series is just perfect


  7. JJ JJ says:

    Way better than the first but still kind of ridiculous New guardian Jacob and the unfortunately nicknamed BFF CP are great additions to an otherwise bland cast of siblings Hugo tries but and the details surrounding the Tamara Gee murder were uite spooky There were a lot of B plots that just didn't work for me though The authors have this odd habit of introducing weird cases and then keeping the reader in the dark until suddenly leaping straight at the conclusion which rather takes the fun out of trying to solve the cases alongside Tandy It's like we're expected to sit back and simply marvel at how incredibly intelligent Tandy is for clumsily interrogating a suspect within earshot of the real killer and then almost getting herself offed Tandy's skills seem not to arise so much out of natural ability as the complete incompetence of those around her as well as her own lack of self preservationAlso the romance Really? AMNESIA KIDNAPPING BRAINWASHING I mean come on You're sixteen Tandy Have a poptart and simmer the fuck down


  8. Astrid Kinnunen Astrid Kinnunen says:

    I'm sorry but you know I have a hard time writing reviews for books I like I can tell you everything I hated about a book but it's hard to explain why I like a book It's like this is a brick I like this brick because of reasons This brick gives me feelings that overwhelm me but I don't care because I like this brickAnyway for those of you who are actually reading this it's a great continuation Tandy is still badass I still want to marry Harry and OMFG I FRIGGIN SHIP IT


  9. Sandra Sandra says:

    The Private School Murders? It has a title now? And a release day too? Aaand a summary? Damn I miss out a lotUpdate 71513Aaaand now it has a cover? Jeez I'm out of it these days


  10. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    I'm loving this series


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10 thoughts on “The Private School Murders

  1. Penny Naimsworth Penny Naimsworth says:

    I gave this book a one star rating based on what goodreads defines as one star Simply put I just didn't like the bookNow here's why1 Tandy Argh I read the first book in this series a long time ago so I don't know how I felt about her then but I can tell you now that I Just Don't Like Her She just comes off as a pretentious know it all I hated the way that she constantly dissed the NYPD and kept saying that she had super sharp instincts The worst part is that she actually solves the crimes in such stupid ways which leads me to my next gripe2 The Plot First of all the title is sort of misleading Sure private school murders happen but that's not really the crux of the story No the story is mostly about Tandy constantly pining over a boy that she knew for only what two weeks? I don't necessarily have a problem with that but I thought this was a detective novel not a love drama And the detective work was really half assed Picture this a FAMOUS actress is murdered in her house or apartment complex condo etc the person being blamed is another FAMOUS person and they are living in NEW YORK The victim was murdered in only one room of her house Now do you think that crime scene investigators for a famous murder in New York would actually only just scan that one room? Well according to Tandy's world of course that's the only logical course for the NYPD Argh Seriously? I'm sure you can now guess how Tandy cracked the case view spoilerShe found blood prints on the dumbwaiter elevator in the broom closet Yeah 'cause it would be unthinkable for the CSI to check every room in the house when the crime happened in only one room rolls eyes hide spoiler

  2. Kirsty-Marie Jones Kirsty-Marie Jones says:

    Oh dear everything that's holy my heart hurts It freaking hurtsThe Private School Murders kicks off three months after Confessions of A Murder Suspect Matthew's still in jail pending trial on a charge the mystery of James Rampling is fracturing and we get to know him and oh my fictional guy This is the part where I could gush and fangirl but you know what? James Rampling deserves so I'm saying I wish this guy was real So damn real Anyway back to topic where was I? RightThe Angels are still staying in the Dakota and though their parents are dead they're still worming their way into their lives like the worms were probably worming their way into them Too morbid? Well let's add a little Female private school girls are turning up dead executioner style and once it starts hitting someone Tandy knows she puts it upon herself to find the killer Weird things are going on in their building deadly reptiles arachnids are crawling out of the woodwork and their new appointed guardian and ex military Jacob are treating them like family and even hugs them For once the Angels' have a schedule rules and a somewhat stabilised life with someone looking out for them instead of themselvesYou're in for a rollercoaster ride dear friendThere's a lot going on in The Private School Murders three on going investigations the forgotten memories of true love and ladies and gentleman the real Tandy Angel has arrivedAnd she takes no prisonersThis was So Good So Freaking GoodIt's been a while since a book has totally consumed me I mean I've read loads that I like some that I really like but there's just something about this that's so addicting and I kept reading chapter after chapter wanting it to never end Tandy's far from perfect nor are the other characters but they're uniue characters that work well together and though know nothing of a real family they are one They're beginning to find out who they really are and it's harder for the older ones since they're most set in their ways than the youngest Hugo But they're getting on with their lives they're living breathing and things may be different they may have changed slightly but they're still the same All the characteristics that made them who they are especially Harry and Tandy are still there they're just potent and clean than it used to beWe also get insight into who they are too especially Tandy and what was done to her Now completely off the pills she uses her skills for good and she uncovers a lot than the detectives do It also puts her in danger We also finally see the sixteen year old girl she should have been in flashbacks with James Rampling you can see how much they really loved each other and that starts breaking through to this Tandy Though Malcolm and Maud are dead what they done is still alive and effecting her even now and it is foul and disgusting and cruel and psychotic but she's still breathing and though it hurts she's still rediscovering James how much she loved him and how it felt to be loved by him and it's truly heart breaking I liked Tandy this time round she's human and less the mechanical robot Malcolm and Maud wanted their children to be she's found her calling she's trying to find her love but most of all she's trying to find herself without the pharmaceuticals without being Malcom and Mauds' golden child She's getting there she really is she's determined and definitely not a pushover and she's freaking hilarious when she wants to beI also loved the newest addition Jacob He's ex military so he's scheduled and precise sharp runs on rules a little stubborn overprotective and just the guardianparent they needed Someone who pushed them to strive but knew balance He's got his own secrets too and damn they were goodI don't know if there's any books in this series but please please let there be I'm not ready to let go of these yetNeedMoreNowPlease?With connections murder and heart wrenching love closes the left open and bleeding ending to Confessions of A Murder Suspect Review originally posted on Studio Reads

  3. jv poore jv poore says:

    I simply love a good mystery Whenever I pick up a book that falls into the Mystery category I envision my own personal game of Clue I can’t wait to figure out who what when where why and how I enjoy mysteries so much in fact that I am going to try to solve one as I write this review Why when Mr Patterson won’t play with me do I keep reading his books?Although it puzzles me I am a James Patterson fan A few years ago I found myself waiting somewhere without a book In desperation I plucked a tattered copy of Roses are Red from the rack at the Whatever Mart Then I was hooked I went back to the first Alex Cross book and ploughed through until I was caught up at which point I dived into the Women’s Murder Club books as I excitedly awaited the release of the next Alex Cross adventure When I saw that Mr Patterson’s Confessions The Private School Murders was a First Reads Giveaway; I promptly entered my name into the drawing and was lucky enough to win a copy Because I adore Mr Patterson’s books for adults so much; I fully expected to be blown away by his writing for Young Adults who uite frankly can be a much demanding fickle and harder to please audience than we Older Adults tend to beThis is a follow up to Mr Patterson’s first YA book Confessions of A Murder Suspect Although I hadn’t read the first book the seuel was very easy to slip into The Angel family is a captivating cast of characters within themselves Tandy Angel the teen age sister is our main character and narrator Her older brother is accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend Both her twin brother and her younger brother look to Tandy to clear his name In the meantime she is a bit distracted by the fact that girls her age attending elite private schools just like she does; are turning up dead Oh and some pretty funky mysterious and uite creepy things are going down in the Dakota where the siblings currently resideThe story line is fascinating and the writing is sharp and witty Mr Patterson sticks with his old tricks in that he taunts me with the mystery For example at one point Tandy “opens the door and finds the proof that she needs” WHAT did she find? How can I possibly solve this mystery when he won’t divulge this information? How dare he have the character hold those cards so close to her chest? His books are like Atari’s Pac Man come on some of you remember this I would get annoyed and frustrated but I always kept playing No I haven’t not solved my conundrum of why I keep reading Mr Patterson’s mysteries when I know that I will never ever be given the information to solve the crime before the hero does I only know that his ideas are amazing and his story telling is masterful I guess I could say that Mr Patterson’s books are the Candy Crush of the written word and I am hooked

  4. Brooke ♥booklife4life♥ Brooke ♥booklife4life♥ says:

    At A GlanceGenre Young Adult; MysteryLove TriangleInsta LoveObsession? noCliff Hanger ehRating 35 starsScore Sheet All out of tenCover 6Plot 6Characters 7World Building 6Flow 7Series Congruity 7Writing 7Ending 6Total 6In DeptBest Part Court roomWorst Part Still lost Thoughts Had what?; yay; huhConclusionContinuing the Series yesRecommending ehShort Review Okay this book was a bit better than book 1 mainly because hello court rooms scenes I am obsessed with law order and this book felt like i was just reading a law order episode and i loved it Nancy Drew eh i mean Tandy What kind of name is that gets back into trying to do what the police aren't i guess She is a bit less annoying in this book thou Brother is still up for murdering his gf which he probably did Review in GIF Form

  5. Bookworm007 Bookworm007 says:

    Not as good as Maximum Ride but still contain Patterson's signature attention grabbing short chapters which I like very muchedit on Nov 4th 2013Ehh my rating bends towards 35 starsI read the the 1st book at the beginning of this year and the only thing I remembered was Patterson's fast paced attention grabbing short chapters The plot mystery and deduction wasn't at its best but was still somewhat enjoyable That being said those were the only reasons I decided to read Confessions 2 I didn't read it for the characters because I neither care nor like any of them Though Confessions 2 made me warm up to Caputo but only because he was just about the only person whose dialogue I enjoyed reading No wait I enjoyed him and Jacob'sSitting down to write this review it suddenly occurred to me that the murders of the private school girls contained absolutely NOTHING of important significance Oh sure view spoilerTandy flushed out the murderer and he's sent to jail hide spoiler

  6. Veronica Morfi Veronica Morfi says:

    Another mystery or four solved by Tandy Angel Really loving this family in all its weirdness Already ordered the two last? books in the series and cant wait to get to them I love YA mysteries lately and this series is just perfect

  7. JJ JJ says:

    Way better than the first but still kind of ridiculous New guardian Jacob and the unfortunately nicknamed BFF CP are great additions to an otherwise bland cast of siblings Hugo tries but and the details surrounding the Tamara Gee murder were uite spooky There were a lot of B plots that just didn't work for me though The authors have this odd habit of introducing weird cases and then keeping the reader in the dark until suddenly leaping straight at the conclusion which rather takes the fun out of trying to solve the cases alongside Tandy It's like we're expected to sit back and simply marvel at how incredibly intelligent Tandy is for clumsily interrogating a suspect within earshot of the real killer and then almost getting herself offed Tandy's skills seem not to arise so much out of natural ability as the complete incompetence of those around her as well as her own lack of self preservationAlso the romance Really? AMNESIA KIDNAPPING BRAINWASHING I mean come on You're sixteen Tandy Have a poptart and simmer the fuck down

  8. Astrid Kinnunen Astrid Kinnunen says:

    I'm sorry but you know I have a hard time writing reviews for books I like I can tell you everything I hated about a book but it's hard to explain why I like a book It's like this is a brick I like this brick because of reasons This brick gives me feelings that overwhelm me but I don't care because I like this brickAnyway for those of you who are actually reading this it's a great continuation Tandy is still badass I still want to marry Harry and OMFG I FRIGGIN SHIP IT

  9. Sandra Sandra says:

    The Private School Murders? It has a title now? And a release day too? Aaand a summary? Damn I miss out a lotUpdate 71513Aaaand now it has a cover? Jeez I'm out of it these days

  10. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    I'm loving this series

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