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Good Doing Evil [PDF] ❤ Good Doing Evil ⚣ Wilde Blue Sky – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Arthur is a middle aged overweight nonentity but after a minor traffic accident he finds himself hunted by dangerous men and the Secret Service want to talk to him Will he discover what’s happening Arthur is a middle aged overweight nonentity but after a minor traffic accident he finds himself hunted by dangerous men and the Secret Service want to talk to him Will he discover what’s happening and who he can really trust before it is too late Good Doing PDF/EPUB ² read ‘Good Doing Evil’ and find outThe first part of this book can be read on line at can also be downloaded for free from if you are part of Kindle Unlimited.


About the Author: Wilde Blue Sky

Wilde Blue Sky is an English novelist and short story writer His numerous short stories include Vengeance and Drawing God These short stories can be downloaded for free from a number of websitesA reviewer said of his short story Drawing God A charming delightful hilarious Good Doing PDF/EPUB ² story with the best possible outcome Having eual appeal to both atheists and believers Wilde Blue draws a line betw.



10 thoughts on “Good Doing Evil

  1. Malia Malia says:

    Good Doing Evil may be short but the plot is satisfying and full of action It follows a man unhappy with his life and stuck in a rut Then something happens a man steps in front of his car and dies and Arthur's world is turned on its head I think it was clever to make the protagonist an ordinary person not a super capable spymacho man because it adds dimension to the story and makes you wonder about what can happen to normal people when circumstances out of their control cause their lives to change so completely My only niggle is that the length of the book 81 pages does not allow for a great deal of character development Arthur does change but I would have liked a little That being said the story is fast paced and clever with a twist I did not see coming in the endFind reviews and bookish fun at


  2. Sara Claridge Sara Claridge says:

    I really liked this story Too often the hero of the day is a suave good looking man who knows exactly what to do and say He does exist in this book and is even likable but it's Arthur's unassuming nature that draws you in that makes you hope that you'd be as canny as himFrom the beginning of the strange road traffic accident you could be forgiven for thinking that you know where the story will go But it doesn't at no point does it take the obvious path And all the time you are left wondering and hoping will Arthur have his moment of glory before the inevitable conclusion occurs?


  3. Jessica Jesinghaus Jessica Jesinghaus says:

    Check out this review and many on my blog Doing Evil is a delightful novella short story? 81 pages according to featuring a very unassuming unremarkable man thrust into an extraordinary situation Arthur is a bit of an everyman By that I mean that all of us have a little bit of Arthur in us He is insecure He is 48 years old and still lives with his mum and dad He is lonely unhappy with his life but too afraid to take any steps which might lead to an improvement in his situation Sound familiar? Of course it does We all have something of those issues in one degree or another But in Arthur they are a thick miasma that affects his every thought and action One fateful morning while driving to work a man literally lumbers in front of Arthur’s car collapsing on its hood The man clearly needs help so Arthur doing good trundles the giant into his vehicle and delivers him to hospital where he dies After this single act of good Arthur finds himself entangled in a web of deceit terrorism spies and lies The story is very well constructed peppered with internal dialogue fraught with Arthur’s insecurities He reacts in much the way many of us would by the seat of his pants and because he has to Arthur and we the reader get to learn a lot about what he is and we are capable of Watching him grown via these strange and frightening circumstances is a true joy I applaud the author for creating a character we can really relate to and root for in such a short amount of time The sparse supporting characters are also uite likable and contribute to the story every time they appear Good Doing Evil is a really enjoyable little tale Billed as a spy thriller readers of all genres are likely to find it uite appealing if for no other reason than the unassuming hero Arthur


  4. Rumer Raines Rumer Raines says:

    Arthur is a man that is down on his luck and can never catch a break The story was a great read and it wasn’t about the normal handsome rich guy with all the luck It’s about a normal person who is basically stuck in life When he is involved in an accident real life takes a uick turn and soon he is involved in a world of murder I thought the story was a very good paced uick read Very entertaining and kept me on the edge of my seat


  5. Ash Lingam Ash Lingam says:

    Good Doing EvilA Penetrating EntranceGood Doing Evil was a great read Wilde Blue Sky providing the unexpected throughout the story Very good detail on our character Arthur bringing him immediately to life A good guy bad guy classic with Dario Arthurs' supposed mentor Looking forward to reading another book by this author Could have been a bit longer making it enjoyable


  6. Kat Kat says:

    This was a nifty uick paced novella length story featuring Arthur an ordinary British fellow who is driving to work one day when a man dashes out in front of his car The thing that immediately connects you to Arthur is what an everyday guy he is We’re not talking James Bond here Pudgy Not particularly tall Middle aged and lives with his parents Works a job he hates Has a crush on a woman at work and can’t bring himself to act on it uite relatable So when Arthur hits this random stranger and he falls unconscious over the hood of course he does the right thing and brings him to the ER However things get uite strange from there and our main character finds himself uickly caught up in a bad situation just because he was in the wrong place at the wrong time But what’s really going on and who can he trust? Or can he trust anyone at all? This was well paced and had lots of good twists all the way to the end Please excuse typosname misspellings Entered on screen reader


  7. Denise Larkin Denise Larkin says:

    Good Doing Evil was a thrilling and captivating book to read I couldn’t stop reading it for a minute The main character of Arthur pulls you into the story right from the start Arthur is a normal guy who doesn’t have any confidence and sees his life as being boring and uneventful until it is dramatically changed one morning on his way to work This was an enjoyable story that I recommend


  8. Kshitij Kshitij says:

    This book hooked me instantly with a lot of action as the main character Arthur involved in a car crash that changed his life completely Good Doing Evil is a thriller with likable characters There is a strong suspense that is not revealed until the very last moment There are few subplots that remind me of crime thriller movies Arthur is a man in his late forties He’s single and living with his parents He has low self worth and he fantasizes about his life being stimulating crazy and thrilling But as they say be careful what you wish for Arthur suddenly finds himself in the middle of all the actions involving cops detectives and criminals with his life in constant danger He also has a crush on a woman in his office but he couldn’t gather the courage to ask her out always telling himself how she was out of his league I can connect with Arthur on several levels I liked how he is constantly evaluating himself against young and dashing detective Dario Although he was jealous of Dario Arthur liked Dario and wanted to become him Arthur grows with the story and when the time came he man up to surprise himself He never thought he could become the man he always wanted to be Sometimes it takes a little push of fate to change things up That push came when a man collided with Arthur’s car I wouldn’t reveal the suspense but I’ll definitely recommend this book it's short and difficult to put down once you start reading it If you like crime thrillers with a good suspense Good Doing Evil is something you would like to check out


  9. PanOrpheus PanOrpheus PanOrpheus PanOrpheus says:

    Arthur is a 48 year old very likeable nerdy guy who thinks that he’s a loser has no confidence with women still lives with his parents has a dull dead end job And he’s the hero of this unusual spy thriller I loved the book It’s a different take on a much revered genre that needs a breath of fresh air like Arthur What Arthur and the reader will find out is that this Everyman can rise to the occasion and using brains instead of brawn in key situations do the right thing get the girl and change his life His mentor is Dario a mysterious real James Bond type Secret Service Agent who has loads of experience wows the women when he walks into a room and harbors secrets that eluded me and I’m a great fan of this genre A lot of the dialogue is an internal dialogue Arthur is having with himself and it was a delight to see him grow and change into the role A chance encounter with a passerby gets Arthur entangled in an intricate web of classic espionage There are some choice lines Dario “Life is all about confidence” Arthur “I’m just a sad ugly Engineer” This is a well plotted well paced thriller that kept me on the edge of my seat It’s a page turner and though it’s a relatively short book it packs a punch in that its main character is fresh and new and badly needed to keep the genre alive Two Thumbs up Five Stars and Three cheers for Arthur and Wilde Blue Sky for creating him


  10. Jay Saph Jay Saph says:

    I read somewhere that a surefire way to engage your reader is to create a character that they can root for Mr Sky has achieved this here in my view so than in Legacy and Dreams of Kratocracy in my viewThe main character lonely Arthur doesn't have much self esteem He lives with his elderly parents has a 'boring' job as an engineer and wishes he was a hero He also wishes he could be tall dark and ruggedly handsome so much so his sweetheart Jacuie might notice him Little does he knowArthur's world becomes interesting when he inadvertently gets involved with a terrorist plot and works along with a dashing agent Dario to thwart the bad guys Things are never as they might seem in the murky world of counter espionage I'll leave that to the reader to work that out There won't be much effort reuired because this is an easy read mostly and just a short but charming novella The romantic element was the favorite part for meThe writing style wasn't really my thing as lots of sentences start with a dependent clause eg trying to ignore the gun Arthur But that is a personal thing for me and may have been a stylistic choice You can also break into a cold sweat with comma use hereOverall it is short witty and entertaining and I can see why people really like it Bottom line certainly worth a go 4 stars


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10 thoughts on “Good Doing Evil

  1. Malia Malia says:

    Good Doing Evil may be short but the plot is satisfying and full of action It follows a man unhappy with his life and stuck in a rut Then something happens a man steps in front of his car and dies and Arthur's world is turned on its head I think it was clever to make the protagonist an ordinary person not a super capable spymacho man because it adds dimension to the story and makes you wonder about what can happen to normal people when circumstances out of their control cause their lives to change so completely My only niggle is that the length of the book 81 pages does not allow for a great deal of character development Arthur does change but I would have liked a little That being said the story is fast paced and clever with a twist I did not see coming in the endFind reviews and bookish fun at

  2. Sara Claridge Sara Claridge says:

    I really liked this story Too often the hero of the day is a suave good looking man who knows exactly what to do and say He does exist in this book and is even likable but it's Arthur's unassuming nature that draws you in that makes you hope that you'd be as canny as himFrom the beginning of the strange road traffic accident you could be forgiven for thinking that you know where the story will go But it doesn't at no point does it take the obvious path And all the time you are left wondering and hoping will Arthur have his moment of glory before the inevitable conclusion occurs?

  3. Jessica Jesinghaus Jessica Jesinghaus says:

    Check out this review and many on my blog Doing Evil is a delightful novella short story? 81 pages according to featuring a very unassuming unremarkable man thrust into an extraordinary situation Arthur is a bit of an everyman By that I mean that all of us have a little bit of Arthur in us He is insecure He is 48 years old and still lives with his mum and dad He is lonely unhappy with his life but too afraid to take any steps which might lead to an improvement in his situation Sound familiar? Of course it does We all have something of those issues in one degree or another But in Arthur they are a thick miasma that affects his every thought and action One fateful morning while driving to work a man literally lumbers in front of Arthur’s car collapsing on its hood The man clearly needs help so Arthur doing good trundles the giant into his vehicle and delivers him to hospital where he dies After this single act of good Arthur finds himself entangled in a web of deceit terrorism spies and lies The story is very well constructed peppered with internal dialogue fraught with Arthur’s insecurities He reacts in much the way many of us would by the seat of his pants and because he has to Arthur and we the reader get to learn a lot about what he is and we are capable of Watching him grown via these strange and frightening circumstances is a true joy I applaud the author for creating a character we can really relate to and root for in such a short amount of time The sparse supporting characters are also uite likable and contribute to the story every time they appear Good Doing Evil is a really enjoyable little tale Billed as a spy thriller readers of all genres are likely to find it uite appealing if for no other reason than the unassuming hero Arthur

  4. Rumer Raines Rumer Raines says:

    Arthur is a man that is down on his luck and can never catch a break The story was a great read and it wasn’t about the normal handsome rich guy with all the luck It’s about a normal person who is basically stuck in life When he is involved in an accident real life takes a uick turn and soon he is involved in a world of murder I thought the story was a very good paced uick read Very entertaining and kept me on the edge of my seat

  5. Ash Lingam Ash Lingam says:

    Good Doing EvilA Penetrating EntranceGood Doing Evil was a great read Wilde Blue Sky providing the unexpected throughout the story Very good detail on our character Arthur bringing him immediately to life A good guy bad guy classic with Dario Arthurs' supposed mentor Looking forward to reading another book by this author Could have been a bit longer making it enjoyable

  6. Kat Kat says:

    This was a nifty uick paced novella length story featuring Arthur an ordinary British fellow who is driving to work one day when a man dashes out in front of his car The thing that immediately connects you to Arthur is what an everyday guy he is We’re not talking James Bond here Pudgy Not particularly tall Middle aged and lives with his parents Works a job he hates Has a crush on a woman at work and can’t bring himself to act on it uite relatable So when Arthur hits this random stranger and he falls unconscious over the hood of course he does the right thing and brings him to the ER However things get uite strange from there and our main character finds himself uickly caught up in a bad situation just because he was in the wrong place at the wrong time But what’s really going on and who can he trust? Or can he trust anyone at all? This was well paced and had lots of good twists all the way to the end Please excuse typosname misspellings Entered on screen reader

  7. Denise Larkin Denise Larkin says:

    Good Doing Evil was a thrilling and captivating book to read I couldn’t stop reading it for a minute The main character of Arthur pulls you into the story right from the start Arthur is a normal guy who doesn’t have any confidence and sees his life as being boring and uneventful until it is dramatically changed one morning on his way to work This was an enjoyable story that I recommend

  8. Kshitij Kshitij says:

    This book hooked me instantly with a lot of action as the main character Arthur involved in a car crash that changed his life completely Good Doing Evil is a thriller with likable characters There is a strong suspense that is not revealed until the very last moment There are few subplots that remind me of crime thriller movies Arthur is a man in his late forties He’s single and living with his parents He has low self worth and he fantasizes about his life being stimulating crazy and thrilling But as they say be careful what you wish for Arthur suddenly finds himself in the middle of all the actions involving cops detectives and criminals with his life in constant danger He also has a crush on a woman in his office but he couldn’t gather the courage to ask her out always telling himself how she was out of his league I can connect with Arthur on several levels I liked how he is constantly evaluating himself against young and dashing detective Dario Although he was jealous of Dario Arthur liked Dario and wanted to become him Arthur grows with the story and when the time came he man up to surprise himself He never thought he could become the man he always wanted to be Sometimes it takes a little push of fate to change things up That push came when a man collided with Arthur’s car I wouldn’t reveal the suspense but I’ll definitely recommend this book it's short and difficult to put down once you start reading it If you like crime thrillers with a good suspense Good Doing Evil is something you would like to check out

  9. PanOrpheus PanOrpheus PanOrpheus PanOrpheus says:

    Arthur is a 48 year old very likeable nerdy guy who thinks that he’s a loser has no confidence with women still lives with his parents has a dull dead end job And he’s the hero of this unusual spy thriller I loved the book It’s a different take on a much revered genre that needs a breath of fresh air like Arthur What Arthur and the reader will find out is that this Everyman can rise to the occasion and using brains instead of brawn in key situations do the right thing get the girl and change his life His mentor is Dario a mysterious real James Bond type Secret Service Agent who has loads of experience wows the women when he walks into a room and harbors secrets that eluded me and I’m a great fan of this genre A lot of the dialogue is an internal dialogue Arthur is having with himself and it was a delight to see him grow and change into the role A chance encounter with a passerby gets Arthur entangled in an intricate web of classic espionage There are some choice lines Dario “Life is all about confidence” Arthur “I’m just a sad ugly Engineer” This is a well plotted well paced thriller that kept me on the edge of my seat It’s a page turner and though it’s a relatively short book it packs a punch in that its main character is fresh and new and badly needed to keep the genre alive Two Thumbs up Five Stars and Three cheers for Arthur and Wilde Blue Sky for creating him

  10. Jay Saph Jay Saph says:

    I read somewhere that a surefire way to engage your reader is to create a character that they can root for Mr Sky has achieved this here in my view so than in Legacy and Dreams of Kratocracy in my viewThe main character lonely Arthur doesn't have much self esteem He lives with his elderly parents has a 'boring' job as an engineer and wishes he was a hero He also wishes he could be tall dark and ruggedly handsome so much so his sweetheart Jacuie might notice him Little does he knowArthur's world becomes interesting when he inadvertently gets involved with a terrorist plot and works along with a dashing agent Dario to thwart the bad guys Things are never as they might seem in the murky world of counter espionage I'll leave that to the reader to work that out There won't be much effort reuired because this is an easy read mostly and just a short but charming novella The romantic element was the favorite part for meThe writing style wasn't really my thing as lots of sentences start with a dependent clause eg trying to ignore the gun Arthur But that is a personal thing for me and may have been a stylistic choice You can also break into a cold sweat with comma use hereOverall it is short witty and entertaining and I can see why people really like it Bottom line certainly worth a go 4 stars

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