A Publishers Weekly Best Children's Books 2001 NomineeA seven-year-old girl is brutally murdered. A twelve-year-old boy named Jason was the last person to see her alive -- except, of course, for the killer. Unless Jason is the killer. It's a high-profile case, and everyone wants answers, including an influential senator. So the police call in an expert interrogator, a man named Trent, a man with a stellar reputation: He always gets a confession. When Jason and Trent come face to face, the truth will come out. That's what an interrogation is for, to bring out the truth. Or is it?