Storm's Review: Dream Killer by Mike Baldwin
Author Provided Copy Publisher: Self-Published Released: November 14th 2015 Genre: YA, Mystery Length: 250 pages Format: eBook Add to Goodreads Buy Links
To fulfill her friend’s dream, legendary sports agent Veronica Townsend has constructed a kids’ summer camp on the Kansas farm where baseball hero John Jensen was raised. Camp Dream Catcher, though, is in danger of shutting down after a lifeguard is murdered. With cancellations pouring in, Veronica must solve the mystery in a desperate attempt to keep the camp open. Three Boundless Stars A rich playboy with a big heart gets murdered at a dream camp for underprivileged kids. The race to find out who did it and why and the fight to keep Camp Dream Catcher open is underway in this fast paced novel.
I'll be honest the story-line hooked me from the very beginning. While reading I ran across many editing issues such as repeat words and some misspelling of words. It also seems to be repetitive at times. Many times it reintroduces characters that I already knew. This put me off a little. I really did enjoy the story. The idea of a camp to help underprivileged youth is a great heart wrenching read no matter what. It brings to light a very real life and heartbreaking situation and it gives a very positive message.
Despite the grammatical issues it was a overall good read.