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- Publisher: Twisted Minds Press (December 19, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 19, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00R8RVWBO
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See Them Run (Lucy Kendall Thriller Series #2): A Lucy Kendall Mystery Thriller (The Lucy Kendall Series) Kindle Edition
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- Book 2 of 4 in The Lucy Kendall Series (4 Book Series)
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Ms. Stacy Green continues to amaze me with See Them Run, the sequel to All Good Deeds and the second in the Lucy Kendall series. I was so captivated by this psychological thriller….I was on the edge of my seat and did not want to put the book down.
Right from the opening words, we get a sense of Lucy Kendall’s intensity and dedication to protecting those that cannot protect themselves.
“Blowing snow blinded me as I careened down Interstate 81. My jaw muscles throbbed from clenching my teeth for the past five hazardous hours, and the truck stop was still four miles away. The icy roads made me late–the exchange was planned for 9:15 p.m., exactly eight minutes ago. Unless my luck had been blessed with a major traffic accident, I wouldn’t be catching the seller. But maybe saving the child and interrogating the buyer were still within reach.”
“After discovering Kailey Richardson had nearly been sold into an online sex trafficking ring, I’d decided to take my operation beyond old case files. Child sex trafficking was running rampant in this country, and law enforcement often found its hands tied by our legal system.” “I didn’t”.
Her methods I would describe as getting primal. Lucy sees the end goal (saving the child) as paramount regardless of how she achieves that goal. I found her crossing the line disturbing yet gripping and necessary as can be seen from the following:
“With my left hand, I showed him the FBI badge I’d painstakingly crafted. “FBI, Human Trafficking Division. I know you’re holding a nine-year-old African American boy purchased less than half an hour ago from a seller out of Ohio. The transaction took place here, and you’re under arrest.Read more ›
The draw to this series is multifactorial. First of all, the protagonist, private investigator Lucy Kendall, is as complex a character as they come. In See Them Run, Lucy really went into no man’s land in regards to her choices. In my review of All Good Deeds, I referred to Lucy as a bit deranged. Well, in See Them Run, she becomes downright baaaaaad. Despite this, Ms. Green has somehow managed to make me cheer even harder for Lucy. In lieu of giving away plotlines, I will leave it to readers to check this out for themselves.
Ms. Green has clearly done extensive research in a number of areas to pull off this story. She deals with mental illness, police procedure, technology, sex-trafficking, and complex interpersonal dynamics in a seemingly expert fashion. I feel like I am learning a lot reading her novels.
The character development in this book is outstanding, as it was in All Good Deeds. It is fascinating watching the recurrent characters continue to evolve, especially Lucy and police detective Todd Beckett. I look forward to seeing where the author goes with both of these people, even though the latter is a relatively minor player at this point.
I am pleased to see that Ms. Green is not adverse to having the police look the other way at times, something that one might suspect goes on in real life.
See Them Run is very suspenseful, is paced perfectly and was very difficult to put down. There were neat twists and turns, and the climax was exciting and a big surprise to me, always a plus.
I am very curious as to what “the state of Lucy” will be in the third book of the series.Read more ›
See Them Run picks up almost where All Good Deeds left off. Instead of merely wanting to eliminate pedophiles, Lucy now wants to take on the sex traffickers. Her computer whiz, Kelly, has found the deep, dark websites where children are sold like cattle, and Lucy wants to destroy the vermin.
Her friend Chris Hale, who seems at first to stick with her so that she will fulfill her promise to eliminate his mother, later proves to be a staunch ally. Also, surprisingly, does Detective Todd Beckett, who is aware of Lucy’s fervid desire to aid child victims and is suspicious of her – ahem – taking out the trash – but so far is looking the other way.
In See Them Run, Lucy becomes involved with a child sex ring while working undercover at a salon. She makes contact with a prostitute and later with the girl’s pimp in an attempt to learn who is running the operation. When her boss at the salon is murdered, Lucy is considered to be a prime suspect, which is ironic, considering all the murders she has actually committed. Her investigation takes her places she has never gone before. She has discussions with a U.S. Senator, who heads a powerful task force. But something tickles her brain and her nerve endings. Can the Senator be trusted?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I read a book a day, sometimes two books at a time. The Lucy Kendall series is excellent. Not a fluff mystery, but not a complex one either. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
Another fast paced story with the emotionally damaged and impulse driven main character whose many poorly thought out decisions are buffered by miraculously good luck.Published 26 days ago by Steve Bonnell
Lucy Kendall does what we've all fantasized about but never had the courage to do...rid the world of one more pedophile pervert before he can hurt one more child. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cheryl J.
Lucy is a conundrum. You root for her, yet realize what she does is wrong. She's not God. This storyline really makes you rethink your own moral compass. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Melissa
See Them Run is an amazing piece of fiction that could have been taken out of the headlines about sex trafficking and how it hurts children. Read morePublished 3 months ago by KOBAM
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