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Camp Conviction by Natalie Buske Thomas
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I would suggest the target audience to be young-adult, christian-fiction. Light on any clues and the mystery is not about murder or a body.. Quick read great for the beach. ( )
  Bettesbooks | Mar 15, 2017 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 096669192X, Paperback)

"Serena sends her sleuthing partner Karyn to camp, tracks down a stalker on the Internet, and looks for clues in a place that will make claustrophobics cringe."

The Serena Wilcox Mysteries are lighthearted and suspenseful Private Eye books featuring the pixie "pizza loving" (and slightly lazy)detective who never carries a gun. Each book features a "plot within a plot" style, a "murderless" crime, and an original storyline. These books do not have to be read in order, and each title is quite different.

CAMP CONVICTION is the third book in the Serena Wilcox Mysteries, and can be read without having read the first two books in the series. Camp Conviction has received the highest praise of the three Serena Wilcox novels. Readers will be happy to find more of Serena in this book, more humor, and tighter writing.

Camp Conviction is written in Natalie's "plot-within-a-plot" style, in which more than one storyline is running at the same time. However, as with her earlier books, Natalie's writing style is light enough that readers will have no problem keeping up with the multiple plots.

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