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No Good Deed

A Thriller
Narrated by: Daniel Thomas May
Length: 8 hrs and 40 mins
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From Victor Gischler, the author behind the high-octane, action-packed thriller Stay, comes No Good Deed, a suspenseful audiobook about how an ordinary man - trying to do the right thing - finds himself in an extraordinary situation.

Francis was running late for work when he found the suitcase and the odd card with an email on it. He knew he shouldn't bother but he couldn't resist. 

Now Francis is dodging bullets and doing his best to stay alive, wishing he had never bothered with that suitcase full of clothes.

©2018 Victor Gischler (P)2018 Macmillan Audio

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  • 08-09-18

An awesome, fun, exciting ride from start to end!

OMG this book is so much fun! It reminds me of some of the best Hitchcock movies, like North by Northwest, in which an ordinary person is caught up in extraordinary events. A great blend of adventure and romance. Even the bad guys have interesting backstories and personalities. The narrator does a terrific job, giving each character a distinctive voice without going too far. I can't wait to try other titles by this author!

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  • 15-09-18

Computer generated?

Anorexic plot, weak character development and unimaginative dialog. However the editing committee may have inserted just enough sex, violence and poorly articulated but culturally relevant cybercrime so it doesn't lose money.

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