For fans of Gillian Flynn, Lisa Gardner, and Karin Slaughter.
She’s no killer. She’s just taking out the trash.
Don’t call Lucy Kendall a serial killer. She’s fighting for the innocent, and she’ll do whatever it takes to bring justice.
When a child disappears, Lucy quickly discovers the link to a predator she’s faced before–a man the state of Pennsylvania decided to turn loose on the streets. Determined to find the little girl and put a criminal behind bars for good, Lucy forces her way onto the case.
As the search for the kidnapped child pulls Lucy into a web of evil beyond her darkest imagination, she’ll have to face her own dark truths to save the little girl–and herself.
Packed with suspense, All Good Deeds is a dark psychological thriller with a finely crafted mystery that takes readers into the deepest recesses of the human psyche.
Stacy Green is the author of the Lucy Kendall thriller series and the Delta Crossroads mystery trilogy. ALL GOOD DEEDS (Lucy Kendall #1) won a bronze medal for mystery and thriller at the 2015 IPPY Awards. TIN GOD (Delta Crossroads #1) was runner-up for best mystery/thriller at the 2013 Kindle Book Awards. Stacy has a love of thrillers and crime fiction, and she is always looking for the next dark and twisted novel to enjoy. She started her career in journalism before becoming a stay at home mother and rediscovering her love of writing. She lives in Iowa with her husband and daughter and their three spoiled fur babies. Stacy loves to hear from readers! Visit her website at stacygreenauthor.com, or Facebook at http://www.Facebook.com/StacyGreenAuthor.
I was completely struck by how very real the main character is in this award-winning thriller. The story of Lucy Kendall, a former CPS officer turned private detective, is so brilliantly well written, this could almost be an autobiography. Every word and emotion rings so true, it must have been based on a very real person and is someone I would love to meet.
She has such empathy with the victims, frustration at their plight impelling her to dish out her own kind of justice. Understandable, when you discover the source of her motivation.
And boy, can she talk. I have a problem writing dialogue myself, probably because I’m not much of a speaker, but I was totally blown away by the complexity of this story and its cast of interesting characters. How compact and yet flowing it is, and so incredibly easy to read.
I haven’t read a book that was literally impossible to put down, and hope the rest of the series continues to be as good.