Title: Camp Lenape (A Kahale and Claude Mystery #1)
Author: Timothy R. Baldwin
Narrator: Brittany Goodwin, James David West
It’s supposed to be a fun summer…then a girl goes missing.
When a girl goes missing, and none of the adults can give a straight answer, a childhood game suddenly turns into a real, secret mission.
Phone lines are down. Strange men roam the campgrounds. Financial documents indicate something’s amiss. And hidden security cameras point to a mysterious cottage in the woods.
With heightened suspicions, junior camp counselors Marcus and Alissa recruit their friends to help find the missing girl. In their search, the teens will learn to rely on each other, especially when they encounter a terrible and dangerous secret.
The adults are telling a lie. That much are clear. Their stories don’t add up. When a girl goes missing, it’s up to the camp counselors to find out what happened.
Fast moving story with solid characters. Each character a distinct personality, and I loved the suspense of the mystery. Plenty of descriptions make the story vivid and full.
A good mystery geared more for teens than young adult.
Narration fit the story.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.