Evil lurks in the Shadows of New Orleans (A Haunting Desire – Book Review) #Romantic Suspense

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Jo-Ann Carson

julie1Voodoo, ghosts and murder… Need I say more?

A Haunting Desire is a compelling paranormal, historical, romantic-suspense set in New Orleans in 1902. Julie Mulhern’s sensuous, almost lyrical prose draws you into a world of shadows and suspense, where ghosts whisper clues and death waits around every corner. It opens with the lines: “Go to Marie Leveau’s tomb. Find the woman who can tell you about voodoo. She has what you need.” The pace is steady and suspenseful.

Someone is killing men in Storyville, the red light district.

Trula Bourdeaux  runs the classiest whore house in town. A strong and worldly woman with a heart, she takes good care of the people  who work in her establishment, but she doesn’t let any man touch her body or her heart. Growing up in a long line of courtesans she believes there are rules that cannot be broken. She quotes her grandmother…

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