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    3,5****

    Wicked Deeds, like all the Krewe of Hunters books, is a delightful mix of lots of history and mystery combined with a dash of magic and romance. For the third time historian Vickie Preston and Special Agent Griffin Pryce gets to star a story as they run into a crime while taking a weekend off before their new life starts. I like Vickie and Griffin, they have a great chemistry, and they are perfect for each other. They compliment the other and have a tangible connection and fierce passion. To say I am bored with them would be wrong, I am not. But I do like the spark of a new romance igniting in the stories and the energy it brings to the tale. Vickie is always filled with stories from the past, her knowledge is beyond most. But what was the fun and intriguing part for me in the story was the appearance of Edgar Allen Poe as the ghost. I loved the characteristics the author had given him, so fitting. Most of us have wondered at one time or the other how it would be to meet someone from the past, and the way this story is told, it just tickled my mind immensely. The murder mystery gets intense. It is a tangled web of clues and suspects and like most of the Krewe stories, the past and present interweave with visions and dreams. This is a good, satisfying story and a wonderful addition to the series. It is not my favorite within the Krewe books, but it is a solid tale of history and mystery ~ Three Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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    Nevermore

    Quothe the Raven, and this tale is as good as any Poe creation, it has it all, murder, terror suspense and love. Good thing it was daylight, as I would have had disturbed dreams after reading it. Graham hit all her usual notes with this Krewe tale and leaves me wishing the next was here.
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    Great

    Always a good read from this author. I have a huge library of her work. It’s interesting to see how she has grown. Loved it.
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    Murder and mayhem

    Another great read, love the Krew series! Wish the books were longer though! Waiting for the next one to come out ( not too long a wait, I hope!)
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