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All Good Deeds (A Lucy Kendall Thriller) (Lucy Kendall #1) (The Lucy Kendall Series) by [Green, Stacy]
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2015 Independent Publisher Book Awards Bronze Medalist for Best Mystery/Thriller (Ebook)

"Stacy Green's All Good Deeds had me reading with a white knuckle grip on my Kindle, then left me craving the next book." --
USA Today best-selling author Jamie Lee Scott

All Good Deeds is an exciting blend of richly developed characters, a plot full of unpredictable and gripping twists, and a story that will stay with you long past the last pages. Be prepared to stay up all night reading.  --Heather Cathrall, Amazon Reviewer

I found this story fascinating, pulse pounding, and could NOT put it down. Had to know the end. Disturbingly good. If you like mystery thrillers, and you liked Dexter, give it a try.  
--Melinda Vanlone, Author of Stronger Than Magic

All Good Deeds
is a first-rate thriller with a fascinating protagonist. I recommend it to fans of fast-paced thrillers with intelligent, provocative characters and great stories. You won't be disappointed. --Amazon Top 500 Reviewer

If you like reading thrillers then I suggest you pick up this book. It will keep you on the edge of your seat. I cannot wait for the next book in the series. --Open Book Society

From the Author

Lucy Kendall represents the darkness that lurks inside us all. At the series onset, she doesn't believe she's a killer. She believes she's dealing much needed justice. Her interactions with Chris-the strange man who claims to be a sociopath but has so much more story to share-act as her conscience, forcing her to question her motives and her carefully crafted moral code. 

At the heart of the book is the mystery of who took Kailey Richardson, but beyond that is the psychological aspect of Lucy's personal journey. It is just beginning, and as the series progresses, she will learn who she is and who she truly wants to be. 
Is she a serial killer? Deep down, does she really enjoy it? And where will she end up? Is prison or death her only ending?

These are questions it took me months to answer, but her journey is very clear to me. I hope you will follow Lucy down her twisted path. I'm very proud of All Good Deeds (A Lucy Kendall Thriller), and I'm excited to say the best is yet to come!

Look for book two in the Lucy Kendall Thriller Series, See Them Run, in December 2014!

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  • File Size: 2766 KB
  • Print Length: 310 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Twisted Minds Press (September 15, 2014)
  • Publication Date: September 15, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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I read this book for advanced review and was requested to give my honest review. I can honestly say that I was on the edge of my seat from the first page until the book's end. It was an excellent thrill ride, very well written with unique and nicely drawn characters. I let the book sit in my thoughts for a time before writing the review, just to see if the book stayed with me and was as vivid in my memory as being such a good book. Yep, it stayed, and I still think it's as good as the minute I reluctantly finished it.

The protagonist, Lucy Kendal, is a unique creation. She's sympathetic and oh-so likeable, but she has a darkness to her that amps up the tension of this thriller. Justice is served, but Lucy pays a terrible price making sure the children are protected. She's a tormented hero, and the challenge in front of her is complex. In some thrillers it can feel as if the poor protagonist is getting clobbered at every turn because that's the best the author can come up with to keep the action going. Not here. Every single time I thought I had it figured out. there was another twist that seems logical, and we were off in a new direction with new threats and tension. It was great.

On to the next book in this series, which can't come soon enough for my tastes. I'm going to add that Stacey Green and I aren't best pals, nor has she ever read one of my books and reviewed it. I don't owe her anything except gratitude for not wasting my time or starting a series that ends at an open door with one foot dangling on the edge of the cliff. This is a stand alone book, but I can guarantee you'll want more of Lucy Kendal and the satisfying plots that come from this reader's imagination.
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Loved “All Good Deeds“!!! This is a must read book for
intrigue, danger, suspense and mystery lovers!!! From the
first page to the end you are pulled right into the lives of
some real unique, well developed and very realistic characters.
The plot is very complex having many stunning twists and turns.
The plot moves fast and contains a lot of harsh reality.
The author presents the storyline weaving the past and present
together without difficulty.
Many social issues ( child abduction, dysfunctional family life,
child abuse, bureaucracy failures, living with deceit, denial,
rejection, fear, loss and grieving, viciousness, hatred, attitudes
toward a woman working in a man‘s world) are addressed.
In addition, you will find a dynamics between the various
characters such as friendship, trust and forgiveness emerge.
I felt I was involved in what was happening throughout
the whole story.
The main character is Lucy Kendall. Lucy formerly worked for
Child Protection Service where she saw the bureaucracy fail the
children and families needing help.
Lucy decided to became a Private Investigator. Her goal to
protect those that can not protect themselves, no matter how.
The story is set in Philadelphia. The hunt is on after an
eight year old child goes missing. That is all I can share or you
will miss the exhilaration and thrill from the start.
I received the ebook form the author. My opinion is my own.
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Having read all of the author's books in the Delta Crossroads trilogy I was a bit leery reading All Good Deeds since it's such a different type of series. The book revolves around Lucy Kendall, former Social worker turned PI. She's all about getting rid of all the pedophiles and providing her own brand of justice. Then a little girl disappears right across the street from a convicted child molester/murderer. Lucy takes the case pro bono, intent on finding the little girl but also giving the neighbor what she feels is his long overdue sentence. But the brother of the convicted murderer is also the Detective investigating the kidnapping. Can he keep an open mind and find the girl when his brother is a suspect and will any of them find her before it's too late.
Now as I said before I was nervous considering the subject matter and it being tougher to tackle. Well the author really pulled it off and I ended up liking this better than the Delta Crossroads trilogy. I can not wait until the next book. I highly recommend this book and author. She's a fantastic writer. Definitely would recommend to anyone!!!
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All Good Deeds is Book 1 in the Lucy Kendall series of mysteries by Stacy Green, and I was given this copy by the author in exchange for an honest review.

I love mysteries of almost any kind, but especially when they involve amateurs investigating crimes. This book is something a little, well.. more than a little, different and gripped me from beginning to end.

Something like a cross between a young Miss Marple and Dexter, Lucy Kendall is a former Child Protection Services officer turned Private Investigator, who does a little killing on the side. She investigates paedophiles who have managed to worm their way out of punishment by the Legal system. I call it a legal system as it seems to be biased towards the criminal and these days has nothing more than a nodding acquaintance with justice. These perverts and deviants are on the streets of Philadelphia and up to their old habits of preying on children and destroying lives. Lucy preys on them, but unlike most serial killers, she feels she is doling out the justice that the legal system has failed to provide, and she only goes after the active ones.

Lucy is pulled into the search for a missing child when she finds out that a previous offender lives across the street. But there are lots of twists and turns in the plot before she comes full circle to find the child. She is joined or, in some cases opposed, by a wonderful cast of characters who either already are, or will become, friends by the end of the book.

I won't say much about the story because it's quite complicated as you read, a bit like trying to follow a spider's web, and to give part of the story would be like unravelling it and having to give another part away.
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