Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Review: Summer Camp Culprit by C.K. Fyfe (Blog Tour)


Summer Camp Culprit: A Short Romantic Cozy Mystery by C.K. Fyfe

About Summer Camp Culprit


Summer Camp Culprit: A Short Romantic Cozy Mystery 

Cozy Mystery 

Setting - Michigan 

Independently Published (May 11, 2022) 

Print length ‏ : ‎ 66 pages 

Digital ASIN ‏ : ‎ B0B174X5TM

Camp Starfall is closing. But that doesn’t mean the past is going with it. 

Despite her misgivings, Lindsey returns to the campground she last left as a broken-hearted teen. She’s determined to spend Camp Starfall’s farewell weekend focusing on the good memories she has of her time as a camper. But fate has other plans. 

Lindsey’s teenage sweetheart Tyler shows up, stirring up feelings in her that had long lain dormant. Too bad she doesn’t have time to dwell on him. Someone is breaking into the cabins, and if she doesn’t find the culprit, more than her heart will be at stake.

My Review

The doors of Camp Starfall are about to close for good, but first it’s reunion time for the former campers.  

Lindsey isn’t sure she wants to attend the reunion but she goes to the old campgrounds and sees familiar faces.  Not all of them are friendly faces, though. When she sees her former boyfriend, Tyler, old feelings wake up but she has no time to obsess about it.  Someone is breaking into the cabins, including hers, and she is determined to find out who it is.  Until she figures it out, no one can be trusted.  Not even Tyler.

This is a sweet, short cozy mystery.  It’s a quick read with fun characters.  The romance doesn’t overpower the mystery.  It’s a nice blend of both. There’s no blood, gore or sex.  For a short story, there is quite a bit of story packed into it.  It’s an entertaining mystery that keeps you guessing. 

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FTC Disclosure: I voluntarily reviewed a free Advance Reader Copy of this book from the author and the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review.  All opinions expressed are my own.


About C.K. Fyfe

C.K. Fyfe has always enjoyed a good mystery. Fyfe's childhood love of Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys led to a grown-up love of writing cozy mysteries with quirky, funny, and kindhearted characters. Fyfe lives in "The Wolverine State." Much like wolverines, Fyfe's villains have vicious dispositions, but the clever sleuths know how to tame their foes' tempers.

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  1. Sounds like a fun read. Love the cover.

    Have a fabulous day and rest of the week. Scritches to the kitties. ♥

  2. Sounds like a fun read. I haven't read many cozy mysteries.

  3. This sounds fun and I always enjoy when the romance doesn't overpower the mystery.


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