Spoonbenders by Daryl Gregory, 399 pages.
Christa and Kara both told me about this one, and it was one of my favorites of this year, too. Teddy Telemachus and his extended family are a mix of psychics, telekinetics, firestarters, and conmen. Teddy himself can fool almost anyone, from gangsters to the CIA. He has a lot more trouble fooling his talented wife, Maureen, the most powerful psychic in the world, and even less luck pulling one over on his daughter Irene. A rollicking, funny, fast-paced novel that is convoluted and a lot of fun. The audio is very well done too.