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    Great second book in series

    I totally enjoyed The Pickled Piper, first book of this series, and hoped this next one would be as good. License to Dill didn't disappoint me. The murder plot was even more intricate, bringing in a whole soccer team and its devious manager. But I also loved the development of the regular characters, particularly Piper's romance woes, which were fun and touching to read. Looking forward to the next one.
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    Strong Second Entry

    Piper’s ex-fiancee arrives in town hoping to get back together even though she has told him repeated they are over. However, the attention soon turns to the soccer team visiting from Italy and the mini-tournament against a team of locals. The Italian team’s manager was an exchange student when he was in high school, and his reappearance has opened old wounds from back then. When he is murdered, it becomes a question of which of those deeds from the past came back to haunt him in the present? I really enjoyed this book. The characters were just as fun and charming as they were in the first in the series. The plot was wonderful with so many suspects and twists to the story I had a hard time putting it down. Yet things came together for a logical climax.

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