Ah, but No Good Deed has received over 230 Five-Star reviews. Reviews that say things like this:
Couldn't put it down. Stomach churning, suspenseful, some parts difficult to read, but, looking forward to reading the next book.I know...you're thinking, 'Sure, that's great, but lots of free books also have fantastic reviews.'
But how many of them also have audiobooks? And how many of those have audiobooks that have Whispersync? What's that, you ask? It means you can go between the ebook and audiobook seamlessley. The ebook will open to where you left off listening to the audiobook automatically. That's a very cool feature, but what makes it even MORE cool is that the audiobook is only $1.99 if you already own the ebook. And guess what? Even downloading a free ebook counts! Crazy, right?
And here is a review of the audiobook version:
No Good Deed by MP McDonald was not a book I would typically pick up, but it was recommended by a friend. Once I started listening, I was pulled into the story of Mark Taylor’s experience with an unusual camera by the voice reading the story. Daniel Penz is undoubtedly the best narrator of an audio book I’ve ever heard, and I’ve been listening for over 10 years. Daniel manages to imbue just the right amount of emotion into the characters’ words for the listener to be able to not only visualize but also empathize with events, to become part of the story.
Did I mention that the audiobook normally sells for $19.95 on Audible. And the ebook is usually $3.99. So, for a $1.99 you get both and save almost $22!
So first you go here:
No Good Deed (ebook)
Then go here for the audiobook:
No Good Deed (audiobook)