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WICKED DEEDS by Heather Graham is a thoroughly enjoyable mystery mixed with some historical figures and facts, and just a dash of romance added in to complete the mix. Eager to start their life together, historian Vickie Preston and Special Agent Griffin Pryce take a detour en route to their new home in Virginia and stop for a visit in Baltimore. But their romantic weekend is interrupted when a popular author is found dead in the basement of an Edgar Allan Poe—themed restaurant. Because of the mysterious circumstances surrounding the corpse, the FBI’s Krewe of Hunters paranormal team is invited to investigate. As more bizarre deaths occur, Vickie and Griffin are drawn into a case that has disturbing echoes of Poe’s great works, bringing the horrors of his fiction to life.

Characters: 46. Amazon rating: 4 1/2 stars. Genre: Mystery.


 

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CH1   Fells Point, Baltimore.
    Historic Harbor House, Baltimore Tour.
    Fort McHenry on Wikipedia.
    Edgar Allan Poe on Wikipedia.
2   Westminister Hall, Baltimore.
3   The Murders in the Rue Morgue on Wikipedia.
5   The Tell-Tale Heart at the Poe Museum.
7   GHB - "Date Rape" Drug.
8   Stephen King on Wikipedia.
    J. K. Rowling on Wikipedia.
    James Patterson on Wikipedia.
    Nora Roberts on Wikipedia.
10   John Smith - Virginia Representative - on Wikipedia.
    George Washington Timeline/Biography.
    Antonio Baldi on Wikipedia.
13   The Mystery of Marie Roget on Wikipedia.
    Mary Celia Rogers on Wikipedia.
16   Francis Scott Key on Wikipedia.
    The Star Spangled Banner on Wikipedia.
    Mary Rogers on Wikipedia.
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