Hear No Lies (A Lucy Kendall prequel novella)

Hear No Lies (A Lucy Kendall prequel novella)

by Stacy Green

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BN ID: 2940152733792
Publisher: Stacy Green
Publication date: 08/19/2015
Series: Lucy Kendall Series
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 109,652
File size: 495 KB

About the Author

About the author
Born in Indiana and raised in Iowa, Stacy Green earned degrees in journalism and sociology from Drake University. After a successful advertising career, Stacy became a proud stay-at-home mom to her miracle child. Now a full-time author, Stacy juggles her time between her demanding characters and supportive family. She loves reading, cooking, and the occasional gardening excursion. Stacy lives in Marion, Iowa with her husband Rob, their daughter Grace, and the family’s three obnoxious but lovable canine children.

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Hear No Lies (A Lucy Kendall prequel novella) 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lucy Kendall is a great character, a character I think a lot of people wish they could be.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
MissBethBC More than 1 year ago
Hear No Lies is a novella of 101 pages and it is indeed a thriller. It is the prequel to the Lucy Kendall series and it did not disappoint. Stacy Green always produces a well written and well paced thriller with Lucy Kendall as the conflicted protagonist. Is she right or wrong in her pursuit and punishment of pedofiles? Does she do the wrong thing for the right reasons and how do her actions and decisions affect law enforcement and the people she is sincerely trying to help? It's a wild ride with Lucy as she weaves herself in and out of a teenager's secrets and deranged mind, with bodies strewn along the way...bloody bodies. After having read all of the Lucy Kendall series, I am not sure that I like Ms Lucy Kendall, but I certainly can relate to her attempts to make the world a better place for the young.
lifesgoodjourney_com More than 1 year ago
I had already read the first book in this series, All Good Deeds and thought it was a good book. Hear No Lies gives some more information about what motivates Lucy in her quest to deliver justice. Lucy Kendall is a serial killer, who justifies her actions because she only kills bad guys who deserves it. After leaving Child Protective Services, Lucy Kendall tracks down, stalks and then kills pedophiles who continue with their evil behavior. Lucy Kendall is the female version of Dexter, and picks and chooses her victims based on their evil. In Hear No Lies, Lucy and her team try to help an at risk child who is desperately fighting for her life. Stacy Green has an easy to read writing style, with great description that gets and holds your attention. You find yourself cheering for a serial killer. This novella is a short and quick read – Enjoy!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Are you for real?? This is a fictional book, not real. You must be fun at parties - no Batman, Superman, etc. Can you read any book? Watch any tv or movie? If you think reading about fictional vigilantes means you condone real life vigilantes.... Im scared for you, because it means youre delusional - you cant tell reality from fantasy. Ok, my review: I love the Lucy Kendall book series! Shes a believable vigilante; She pursues evil people & doles out the kind of punishment that many people only wish they could. In this world, justice often isnt served. Its cathartic to see or read about true justice. I highly recommend this series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book should have been titled, 'MURDER, INC.' I would be the first person to agree that our justice system stinks. But I cannot in good conscience condone vigilante justice. The main character in this story has taken it upon herself to right the injustice of one of the most heinous crimes in this country. Child abuse. I know firsthand the anger and frustration surrounding such a crime and standing by watching our 'justice system' and other organizations that are supposed to protect our children not doing their job. But the bottom line in this book is, the main character is a MURDERER. She is no better then the guys she is eliminating. I will not read any more books by this author. To do so would make me feel like I condone premeditated murder.