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Bats and Bones (The Frannie Shoemaker Campground Mysteries Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The heat was intense; when they had unpacked they relaxed in their chairs and watched the camp come to life. They were amused by the big camper, loaded with half a dozen guys trying to get set up, and when camp supervisor Maeve Schlumm came stomping up to inform them they were in the wrong spot, tempers flared.
The following morning the six of them decided to go for a walk, early, before the heat got intense, through the forest towards the caves in the area. They were currently closed, but the friends could enjoy the walk anyway. When they discovered a body in the mouth of one of the caves, their weekend began to go very wrong. Everyone in the camping ground were confined to the site while the sheriff and his deputy tried to put the very sparse clues together, also to make sure a possible killer didn't get away.
With Frannie innocently questioning events, she and her friends were drawn into the investigation. Suddenly Mother Nature, a killer, stressed strangers and another body all combined to make it very dangerous for Frannie and her friends. Would the killer be caught before anything else happened? Would the state park reveal any secrets?
This was a great book! I thoroughly enjoyed the three couples and their interactions with each other, and other campers. The descriptions of the areas in the state park, the enjoyment of sitting around the camp, relaxing, playing cards or reading, befriending young five year old River and his mother Stephanie; I could see everything the author was describing which made me feel I was there at times.
An enjoyable cosy mystery I have no hesitation in recommending.