Digging Up Death - Reviewed

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Book Blurb:

Archaeology Professor Mari Duggins is adjusting to life as a single mom and trying to balance a television career, but gets caught between the pull of her former flame, a field archaeologist, and her ex-husband who is wanted by the FBI on an antiquities crime. Then her colleague is murdered, and she gets in over her head as she searches for truth in a desert of lies. Mari Duggins' life caves in as she tries to excavate the truth, but realizes only God can dig her out of the hole she's created. Will Mari sort through her muddled feelings and put her trust in someone else before her world caves in? Or will the truth bury her alive?

My Thoughts:

Gina has written a great cozy mystery. Just when I thought I had it figured out, she threw another twist in and I was off on another rabbit trail, which is just what you want in a good mystery. The spiritual thread was not overbearing, yet it was there and clearly present. I can't wait to read the next one in the series.


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