Top positive review
She's smart, alert, and perceptive
Reviewed in the United States on July 1, 2014
This is a junior read, but it reads like a perfect adult James Patterson novel. It has its twists and turns and is seen through the eyes of Tandorey (named after some food dish). A high functioning family with four children who are dupped by their parents who have mapped their children's physical body types with daily doses of designer drugs; the children were taught to believe they were vitamins. Their parents make their children "experiments" for these drugs. Each child excels at something. Hugo, the youngest is physically strong at the age of ten. Tandy is mentally set as a detective of sorts, her twin, Harrison, is a pianist of extrodinary talent and their older brother, Matty is a star professional football player. Hugo is designed after Matty, his hero.The title is deceptive, "suspect" is the key word. The children are suspected of murdering their very wealthy, deceptive, deceiving, conniving parents. Tandorey sets out to find out who killed her parents. This was an excellant and fun read even for an adult reader of James Patterson's novels.