Perfect home, perfect family, perfect murder....
Doctor Jeffrey Logan, daytime TV's most loved psychologist, has a top-rating talk show seen around the world – and his picture-perfect life is completed by his talented lawyer wife, Stephanie Tyler, their 16-year-old daughter Chelsea, and 13-year-old J. T. But this image of domestic bliss is shattered when Stephanie is killed instantly by a bullet from a big-game rifle in the family's pristine Beacon Hill kitchen. The consequences of her death are catastrophic as Doctor Jeff confesses, despite all the evidence pointing decidedly towards his blood-spattered son.
Now Boston criminal defense attorney David Cavanaugh faces his most gruelling case to date, as fate steps in to see him appointed to represent the man charged with murdering his old law-school friend. Cavanaugh soon realizes that this family has a dark secret, but it may not be the one the popular Doctor Jeff insists on revealing to the world.
With the Logan children unwilling to reveal what really happened, and Doctor Jeff always one step ahead of his defense team, Cavanaugh must race to uncover the truth, before more lives, including those closest to him, are lost.
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- Inés Kucharz
Far-fetched but not bad
You will almost certainly get hooked on this story, but as it develops it gets more and more far-fetched, so at the end of the day you get some hours of entertainment without any real literary value (but then this is exactly what you might be looking for in a thriller). Nice on the whole, but missing any depth (not to be compared with Turow, or more recently D.W.Buffa).
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