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Deadly Night by Heather Graham
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Jan 14, 11

Read in August, 2010

Gotta love anything set in New Orleans and Heather Graham does the city and it's mystique justice in the first of the Flynn Brothers trilogy. While Aiden Flynn and his brothers have just discovered they have inherited an old family plantation they find out that they not only have inherited the house but it's mystery, murder, and mayhem as well. Kendall is a local. She grew up in New Orleans, and while her degree in Psychology tells her that telling the future for paying customers is just a matter of reading them logically, she finds out that her talents for the gift of seeing will help her to find a killer on the loose before he finds her. Being led through this tale by the ghosts of Flynn Plantation past they are led in and out of the family cemetary to try to solve the crimes being committed against unsuspecting female travelers who keep disappearing. This tale of intrigue and murder bring Aiden and Kendall together to heal not only their own grief stricken hearts but also to help heal and lay to rest the restless spirits of those dead and gone while solving historical deaths of their family but also a 10 year long serial killing spree closer to them than they think. What a treat! Can't wait to finish the trilogy and see what the other hunky brothers have to offer!!!

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