I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.See Them Run by Stacy Green
Series: Lucy Kendall #2
Published by Self Published on December 19, 2014
Genres: Mystery, Suspense
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Savvy undercover work leads Lucy Kendall to an underground child sex trafficking ring. But when her best lead is found dead, Lucy becomes a suspect in a murder she didn’t commit. Lucy barrels ahead, determined to take out the trafficking ring no matter the personal cost. Powerful outside forces intervene, and she finds herself on the run for murder.
Clearing her name means embracing her growing dark side. With Chris by her side, Lucy fights for justice. Is a monster from the past Lucy’s worst enemy, or will the blossoming evil in her own heart be her ultimate destruction?
Packed with suspense, See Them Run is a dark psychological thriller with a finely crafted mystery that takes readers into the deepest recesses of the human psyche.
Lucy Kendall is a vigilante killer who seems to be on a one-woman mission to identify and neutralize child sex traffickers. When she stumbles across a website selling children, Lucy starts off in a new direction focusing on a ring that appears to be right in her city.
I’m still struggling with my mixed feelings about Lucy and what she’s doing. Is she any better than the scum she’s targeting? Just because she’s got the moral authority doesn’t make what she’s doing acceptable. But then, I still root for her to remain undetected, to not be locked up or killed. In this story, I learned a bit more about what drives her and loved how she’s struggling with her own view of her humanity.
Her friend Chris is also an enigma and they continue to do a dance around their feelings for one another. Even I’m uncertain what’s truly underneath those feelings.
This is an extraordinary series and I enjoyed this story. The ending had me scratching my head because I thought I knew all the players and now it’s obvious I don’t. I’m hopelessly hooked to this character.
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