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    I love these characters.

    I love these characters. They are so fun. Kenni is about to meet Finn's parents. It doesn't go very well and Kenni's mama goes to a whole new level of crazy. The Kenni's mama finds a body in the park and she is forced to put her private life on hold to find the murderer and someone who is breaking into homes. Are they connected? With the help of Poppa, Kenni is on the right track. Now, if she can keep her private life on track.
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    Kenni Lowry has a new case to solve with Poppa

    Diggin’ Up the Dirt is the seventh A Kenni Lowry Mystery and it can be read as a standalone. I would recommend reading the series in order. It will help you understand Kenni, her relationship with her mother, and why Poppa appears when a murder takes place. Tonya Kappes has a light, breezy writing style that quickly draws readers into her stories. Cottonwood is a small Southern town with quirky characters. There are no secrets in this town where gossip runs faster than maple syrup on hot pancakes. I was happy to see Poppa return because I enjoy his commentary and the humor he adds to the tale. He also helps Kenni in solving the case and provides her insight into her relationship with Finn (plus how to deal with her interfering mother). Duke is a lively addition. Duke reminds me of my Doozy with his love of food. Duke can see Poppa and the two of them pull some shenanigans that puzzle people (since they only see Duke). I wonder if Kenni will ever tell Finn about seeing Poppa (should be an interesting conversation). We get to see Finn and Kenni deal with deeper issues in Diggin’ Up the Dirt. They have a nice relationship, but they have yet to discuss serious matters. The mystery was intriguing since it was more complex than previous whodunits. There are good clues to aid readers in solving the crimes. Avid mystery readers will find it a piece of cake to solve. There is mild foul language in the book. I am giving Diggin’ Up the Dirt 4 out of 5 stars (I liked it).
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