By the end of the first chapter, I was at the edge of my seat. - Offbeat Vagabond
If you're into solving puzzles (which is almost surely the case for any mystery lover), then First to Find won't disappoint. - Big Al's Books and Pals
The Australian in me loved the flair of Margarita's roommate, Bindi, along with the suspenseful mystery, and I'm looking forward to reading more books in this series. - Cozy Mystery Book Reviews
What a wonderful book!! I just could not put it down. - Geeky Girl Reviews
A wonderfully fun novel with multi-layered mysteries, intriguing characters, and yes, even a little budding romance. Kept my total interest throughout. - Mallory Heart Reviews
I loved all the puzzles in play. - Marie Reads and Reviews
With humor, great characters, a twisty mystery, secrets and a hint of romance in the air there's much to love in this beginning of a very promising series. All-in-all an excellent humorous mystery suitable for whiling away the hours. - I'm A Voracious Reader
From the Author
Geocaching is a versatile hobby that has been variously referred to as "using million-dollar satellites to hunt for Tupperware in the woods" and "a high-tech treasure hunt." Geocaching.com's succinct description describes it thus: "Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location."
Yes, geocaching is all of this, and more.
Geocaching allows you to search for hidden containers at your own pace. It takes you to places in your own hometown that you never knew existed. It helps you discover interesting locations you might otherwise never have sought out. It adds another layer to your business trip, your family vacation, your trip to the mall.
Geocaching lets you venture forth alone or with as many people as you can find. It lets you take your dog, your children, your camera, and your phone, and often these companions enhance your experience. It is the most flexible hobby many people have never heard of. Grab a GPS unit or download a geocaching app and see what's hiding in your neighborhood. Who knows what you will discover when you step outside your door?