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Digging Up Death (A Mari Duggins Mystery) (edition 2012)

by Gina Conroy

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Title:Digging Up Death (A Mari Duggins Mystery)
Authors:Gina Conroy
Info:StoneHouse Ink (2012), Edition: 1st, Kindle Edition
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Digging Up Death (A Mari Duggins Mystery) by Gina Conroy

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Digging Up Death is a fast-paced mystery with a spunky main character that makes an engaging read. Mari leads a frenetic life as a single mother with a past full of baggage. While she is attempting to juggle her career and parenthood, she is also dealing with complex romantic entanglements, the murder of a colleague, and the question of faith. I enjoyed Mari's strength, humor, and juggling act. Many women can relate to Mari while enjoying this story that doesn't get bogged down in Mari's troubles. Instead, it focuses on her growth, her relationships, and of course, the murder mystery that begs to be solved. And the writer's approach is a refreshingly light and humorous one. I recommend Digging Up Death for a fun afternoon read for any mystery lover. ( )
  TheLoopyLibrarian | May 15, 2013 |
Digging Up Death is a fast-paced mystery with a spunky main character that makes an engaging read. Mari leads a frenetic life as a single mother with a past full of baggage. While she is attempting to juggle her career and parenthood, she is also dealing with complex romantic entanglements, the murder of a colleague, and the question of faith. I enjoyed Mari’s strength, humor, and juggling act. Many women can relate to Mari while enjoying this story that doesn’t get bogged down in Mari’s troubles. Instead, it focuses on her growth, her relationships, and of course, the murder mystery that begs to be solved. And the writer’s approach is a refreshingly light and humorous one. I recommend Digging Up Death for a fun afternoon read for any mystery lover.

In accordance with FTC guidelines, please note that a free review copy was provided to me by the author in exchange for an honest review. ( )
  TheLoopyLibrarian | Dec 24, 2012 |
Mari Duggins is at a turning point in her life. Her husband left her alone with her two children and her brother two years ago to return to the archeology field in Egypt. Now, she is vying for a prime time TV spot to bring in more money for her family. About to begin her current program on archeology, her colleague has a heart attack, then her old lover shows up, bringing back lots of old feelings. When she hears that her colleague is dead, and her ex-husband is accused of stealing Egyptian artifacts, Mari stumbles around trying to find the killer, while trying to avoid her feelings for her old lover.

Mari's life is a series of crazy events that never stop dragging her down as she attempts to make the best choices for she and her family. Her friend Elizabeth attempts to share her faith, but Mari does not believe that God will accept her because of her past. Mari trudges through life trying to keep all the balls in the air, working for more money, happy children, and gluing her marriage back together. When she finally hits a wall and breaks down, Mari accepts Gods love and sees that This story is interesting and keeps you guessing until the end as Mari learns that God and family are the most important things in life. I'd recommend this for women who are looking for something more than a basic mystery or love story. ( )
  Glenajo | Dec 8, 2012 |
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