Garden of Forbidden Secrets

Mama and Wyatt must deal with the woman’s magic, or fall victim to historical figures who are perpetrating mass murder in a French Quarter garden torture room.
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SO YOU WANT TO PLAY WITH MAGIC?

While staying at an old French Quarter hotel in New Orleans, pro basketball player Taj Davis encounters a supernatural entity. The night bellhop finds Taj naked in the hallway carrying a bloody voodoo doll and with his chest tattooed with an eerie voodoo symbol. Taj’s curiosity leads him to the St. Louis No. 1 Cemetery where he meets a strange little man who advises him to enlist the help of voodoo mambo Mama Mulate and paranormal investigator Wyatt Thomas. Taj becomes entwined with a young woman who practices magic, has a tattoo identical to his, and maybe the reincarnation of a long dead Irish witch. Mama and Wyatt must deal with the woman’s magic, or fall victim to historical figures who are perpetrating mass murder in a French Quarter garden torture room.

Big Easy, Book 1
City of Spirits, Book 2
Primal Creatures, Book 3
Black Magic Woman, Book 4
River Road, Book 5
Sisters of the Mist, Book 6
Garden of Forbidden Secrets, Book 7
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Another intriguing book in this series placed in the fascinating city of New Orleans! The characters are great and the setting is perfect for exciting and unusual activities. This has developed into a great series by Wilder, and I look forward to more.

-- Linda H. Bergeron

I have enjoyed all of he books in the French Quarter Mystery series with Wyatt Thomas. Mr. Wilder does a great job weaving many layers of characters and culture into his stories. The main character is the city of New Orleans and I love that I’m transported to many of my favorite parts of the Quarter when I read these books. The only thing I didn’t love was the Eddie Toledo part of the story. I would’ve enjoyed it more if it wound together with Wyatt’s part, but it didn’t at all. While interesting, it felt like filler. Still, I definitely recommend this book and the whole series. Very enjoyable. On a side note, I’d love to know which bar is the inspiration for Bertrum’s Bar on Chartres.

-- Meagan H.

About the Author ▸ Eric Wilder

Born on a sleepy bayou, Louisiana Mystery Writer Eric Wilder grew up listening to tales of ghosts, magic, and voodoo. He’s the author of twelve novels, four cookbooks, many short stories, and Murder Etouffee, a book that defies classification. His two series feature P.I.s adept in the investigation of the paranormal. He lives in Oklahoma near historic Route 66 with wife Marilyn, three wonderful dogs, and one great cat.