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No Good Deed ➾ No Good Deed Download ➹ Author M.P. McDonald – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk ASIN BPPDBK moved to the most recent edition hereMark Taylor discovers first hand that no good deed goes unpunished when the old camera he found during a freelance job in an Afghanistan bazaar gives h ASIN BPPDBK moved to the most recent edition hereMark Taylor discovers first hand that No Good Deed goes unpunished when the old camera he found during a freelance job in an Afghanistan bazaar gives him than great photos It triggers dreams of disasters Tragedies that happen exactly as he envisions them He learns that not only can he see the future, he can change it Then the unthinkable happened and No Good PDF/EPUB ² everyone ignored his frantic warnings Thousands die Suddenly, the Feds are pounding on his door and the name they have for Taylor isn t urban hero It s enemy combatant And, it means they can do anything they want to him Anything at all.


10 thoughts on “No Good Deed

  1. K.C. May K.C. May says:

    Let me start by saying I enjoyed this story, and I m glad I read it The author does a phenomenal job hooking the reader in the beginning and propelling her through the first half of the story Compared to the delicious and intense conflict in the first half of the book, however, the middle sagged a bit I continued to read to see how muchthe author could torment this poor character Most of his actions made sense, given what he d been through.The book could use a solid edit Missing words Let me start by saying I enjoyed this story, and I m glad I read it The author does a phenomenal job hooking the reader in the beginning and propelling her through the first half of the story Compared to the delicious and intense conflict in the first half of the book, however, the middle sagged a bit I continued to read to see how muchthe author could torment this poor character Most of his actions made sense, given what he d been through.The book could use a solid edit Missing words and incorrect verb tenses sometimes snagged my inner editor I noticed several habits common among new authors excessive nodding, turning, shrugging, hands running through hair, etc , but despite those minor problems, it s a good read, and I recommend it 3 stars I liked it, and I did


  2. Scott Collins Scott Collins says:

    Mark Taylor buys a camera that shows him the future Unfortunately for him, nobody believes him His warnings pertaining to 9 11 are misconstrued as an indication of his involvement in the plot and he is taken into custody as an enemy combatant by the US government Great plot and fabulous characters combined with brutally descriptive scenes of the worst side of humanity result in a must read novel Just make sure you buy it when you re going to have some free time You re not going to want to p Mark Taylor buys a camera that shows him the future Unfortunately for him, nobody believes him His warnings pertaining to 9 11 are misconstrued as an indication of his involvement in the plot and he is taken into custody as an enemy combatant by the US government Great plot and fabulous characters combined with brutally descriptive scenes of the worst side of humanity result in a must read novel Just make sure you buy it when you re going to have some free time You re not going to want to put this one down


  3. Martin Pingree Martin Pingree says:

    This was an extremely interesting and thought provoking read I enjoyed it from start to finish No spoiler but imagine if you were arrested as a terrorist Highly recommend it.


  4. Eddie Snipes Eddie Snipes says:

    The premise of this book is a man who becomes privy to information that could have stopped a terrorist attack, but he falls under the suspicion of being part of the plot Pros Mary McDonald does an excellent job of hooking the reader from the very beginning The first 2 3s of this book was a real page turner She does an excellent job of building believability in a speculative type plot that would have normally been hard to accept The characters in the story have a hard time accepting the facts The premise of this book is a man who becomes privy to information that could have stopped a terrorist attack, but he falls under the suspicion of being part of the plot Pros Mary McDonald does an excellent job of hooking the reader from the very beginning The first 2 3s of this book was a real page turner She does an excellent job of building believability in a speculative type plot that would have normally been hard to accept The characters in the story have a hard time accepting the facts, but the reader pushes all reason aside and gets sucked into the story and wants to shake sense into the other skeptical characters She does a great job of developing the characters, creating empathy, and keeping the tension going throughout the book As a reader, you will feel the character s emotions and struggles Excellent writing and delivery of the payload of the story.Cons Language I ve seen worse language, so I would rate this book on the middle of the scale If you can take a certain amount of profanity, you might take on this book I have read some books that completely ruined a story with excessive profanity This book hit the borderline of my tolerance Any, and I would have tossed it.Sex There was one sex scene about 2 3s the way through this book Fortunately, she passed over the gory details once they made it to the physical act, but it was stillthan necessary Perhaps I m just a fuddy ol coot, but in my opinion, sex derails a book People who like sex scenes pick up sleazy romance novels and erotica Readers of those genres expect sleaze, and even desire it People like me, who don t have any desire for sexual novels, don t appreciate the thrill of sex in a novel The story is chugging along, tension is building, pages are turning as the reader digs for answers raised by the plot, and then, out of the blue, two people are wallowing in fits of passion What happened to the story Oh, I have to wade through the sewage until I pick up on the trail again It doesn t add to the story Romantic tension does well, even in non romance novels, but when I m forced into becoming a peeping Tom, I lose focus on the story at hand Personally, I don t see the point If it turns the focus away from the storyline, it shouldn t be there.Sagging Middle At one point in the story, the plot crept along at a slow enough pace where I looked to see how many pages were left before the end This was about 2 3 the way through After wading through about 25 pages of setting up the climax, the story took off again and at a rapid pace.Typos This book has a number of typos throughout the story Usually, these are in the form of a missing word, missing spaces between sentences, or the wrong form of a word They are few enough so it wasn t a complete distraction, but each one did cause me to stop for a moment to decipher what was being said.ConclusionI feel a little sheepish about spending most of this review dwelling on the negative But that s the nature of critiquing It takestime to explain what is lacking completely a personal opinion than it does to say what is right Overall, No Good Deed is a well written story Mary McDonald is an excellent storyteller, and makes the story come alive I expect to see her name rising up through the ranks aspeople discover her work


  5. Una Tiers Una Tiers says:

    Tremendous hook in a very dark story Parts about people forgetting about him were not credible.


  6. Almney King Almney King says:

    3.5 Stars No Good Deed reminds me a bit of Stephen King Not in the writing style, but in the nature of the story An American photographer, Mark Taylor, discovers an old camera on the streets of Afghanistan He soon discovers that it possess the power to show him the future, horrid events that relate to tragedy and death Accused of having relations to Al Queda and the 9 11 terrorist attack, he is taken into custody by the CIA with know one who belives in him about his ability to tell the futu 3.5 Stars No Good Deed reminds me a bit of Stephen King Not in the writing style, but in the nature of the story An American photographer, Mark Taylor, discovers an old camera on the streets of Afghanistan He soon discovers that it possess the power to show him the future, horrid events that relate to tragedy and death Accused of having relations to Al Queda and the 9 11 terrorist attack, he is taken into custody by the CIA with know one who belives in him about his ability to tell the future The story itself is engaging, medium paced, but gruesome and suspenseful in certain parts The characters are interesting to a degree but not completely deep or provoking I think the author spent a little too much time on Mark s incarceration when he should have been out getting into trouble or saving the day with his mysterious, future telling device All in all, the story was different and left me wanting to read the sequel


  7. Marleen Marleen says:

    All along this story, I had the feeling that the author was in the most contradictory and divergent state of minds One minute this story is well written and it had some gravitas and you think it s going somewhere, then suddenly it s maudlin and cheesy, and full of typos to boot.I didn t like the idea of an innocent man being tortured and interrogated forthan a year in such a meaningless story Then it turns out that his torturers CIA men turn out to be wussies This was so bizarre Need All along this story, I had the feeling that the author was in the most contradictory and divergent state of minds One minute this story is well written and it had some gravitas and you think it s going somewhere, then suddenly it s maudlin and cheesy, and full of typos to boot.I didn t like the idea of an innocent man being tortured and interrogated forthan a year in such a meaningless story Then it turns out that his torturers CIA men turn out to be wussies This was so bizarre Needless to say I m disappointed in this book It started out promising, but it lacked in so many ways The premise of a man photographing pending disasters is one thing, but the way the author penned this story out, it didn t convince me


  8. Terri Terri says:

    I have been searching for something different to read the plot awesome uniq I have been searching for something different to read wasn t having a whole lot of luck until No Good Deed It was a free book on Book Bub the concept was interesting Interesting enough that I started it right away I was hooked by page 3 I stayed up far too late trying to finish it The only reason I didn t finish it earlier was because I had to work My hubby is mowing while I m taking a few minutes to send off this review There is nothing wrong w this book the plot awesome unique, the characters you can t help but feel Mark Taylor s pain both physical emotional This is book one of a continuing series I just bought book two I better finish up outside first though, because if it s at all like the last one, I ll be deep into it by sunset


  9. Mahoghani 23 Mahoghani 23 says:

    Mark Taylor MT was a good guy but certain circumstances changed his way of life A special camera he purchased at a bazaar in Afghanistan causes him to see people in deadly situations In an attempt to save them, he places himself on the radar of the police and federal agencies He arrested because of his attempt to stop the 9 11 bombing and tortured beyond humanly possible This book takes you inside interrogation techniques that are meant to torment people into spilling their guts but at the Mark Taylor MT was a good guy but certain circumstances changed his way of life A special camera he purchased at a bazaar in Afghanistan causes him to see people in deadly situations In an attempt to save them, he places himself on the radar of the police and federal agencies He arrested because of his attempt to stop the 9 11 bombing and tortured beyond humanly possible This book takes you inside interrogation techniques that are meant to torment people into spilling their guts but at the same time, if the person is innocent, what inner turmoil do these techniques do to them


  10. Tahlia Newland Tahlia Newland says:

    This was amazing, shocking, moving, sensitive, thought provoking and a wonderful ending It s not the sort of book I usually read but I had a sense that it might be something special and it is Have you ever thought about people who might be wrongly accused of terrorism in the US If mot this will make you think about and feel for them I will forever look at people returning to the world after incarceration of any kind withcompassion.


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