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    great addition to Caine and Murphy series

    What a great book two Waclawiak crafted in Guilty Deeds. Filled with twists and turns, suspense, thrills, paranormal elements, and mystery, I could not put this book down. Although a stand alone read, I would recommend reading book 1 to enhance your reading enjoyment as it gives the insight into the characters and story-line. Waclawiak kept me on the edge of my seat as she spun this tale of horrible murders, ghostly presence, and evil. With a variety of suspects, I did not guess correctly the identity of the culprit or the reasons behind the murders. Weaving her story from present time to 1947 and back again, the transition flowed smoothy without missing a beat; giving readers the background for the premise of this story. Yes, Luther is back again in all his evil glory. Waclawiak reveals more of physic Sarah's past and added a touch of romance for all the romantic readers in the audience. In book 1, Waclawiak left Sarah in a coma; now she reveals the depth and state of the coma. Sarah proves invaluable to Eva's investigation. Adding in a ghostly presence in Eva's house, brought all the pieces together. What twist and turns, Waclawiak created in Guilty Deeds! Waclawiak characterization of Detective Larson's excellent. Shown as a man filled with insecurity and jealousy, I found him very unlikable. Larson's a sloppy detective, so jealous of Eva, he's walking a tight rope of nerves and "loosing it." Eva's character's the same dedicated, strong, determined, driven woman; refusing to give up, ready to go the last mile to find this insane killer. The ending of Guilty Deeds has surprises in store for the reader; get ready to be wowed. I found Guilty Deeds well-written with well-developed characters and a story-line which refuses to let you stop reading. The suspense and mystery's kept at high peak as Waclawiak held the plots close to her chest; revealing secrets and answers at the last possible moments. I would not hesitate to buy this book for my self or a friend. I received this book from the author and chose to review the book with an honest review.
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