An international legal thriller based in Sweden which provided a different perspective in the criminal justice system I found interesting (and also plays a part in the trial dynamics)!
A Nearly Normal Family focuses on your average "normal" family who consists of Adam (Pastor / father), Ulrika (Attorney / mother) and Stella (moody teenage daughter). The book is told in 3 parts to provide a narrative for each family member during Stella's murder trial she is suspected of committing based on circumstantial evidence. The victim is a 33 year old wealthy business-man. What is Stella's connection to him and did she do it? Each family member provides an in-depth view of the family dynamics that has you turning the pages until the very end.