PUB DATE: March 2010
PUBLISHER: Barbour Books
ABOUT THE BOOK:
When Bailey and McKenzie arrive to help at a horse ranch in
Montana, they’re immediately entrenched in mysteries: a horse disappearing into
thin air, spookiness in an abandoned western town, and ranch hand upheaval. And
with all the unexpected action going on, how will they ever find time to prepare
for their rodeo competitions? Can the Camp Club Girls successfully combine their
skills to help Bailey and McKenzie save the ranch…and the rodeo for Sunshine
This is the 3rd book in the Camp Club Girls series.
I have been very lucky and got to read and review Mystery At Discovery Lake (Book 1) and Sydney’s DC Discovery (book 2). This is such a great series for the middle grade girl readers. There is always a mystery in each book that the girls decide to solve.
McKenzie is working at a horse ranch called Sunshine Stables and she is also training for the barrel racing. She has no idea but she is about to be surpised by Bailey. Bailey is also going to be working at the horse ranch for a little bit.
Its not to long after Bailey arrives that Emma’s (owner of Sunshine Stables) prized horse, Diamond Girl is missing. With no clues or leads the girls decide that this is a mystery for the Camp Club Girls. McKenzie and Bailey look for clues that will lead them to who ever is responsible for the disappearance of Diamond Girl.
What I love about these books is that it seems like all the clues point to one person and then at the end bam its someone you didn’t think of right away to begin with. I love that kind of surprise ending.
Will McKenzie and Bailey find out who took Diamond Girl and why?
-Alexis and the Sacramento Surpise (book 4) March 2010 pub date
-Kate’s Philadelphia Frenzy (book 5) May 2010 pub date
-Bailey’s Peoria Problem (book 6) May 2010 pub date
I just checked out the website for Camp Club Girls http://www.campclubgirls.com/ and the series is now up to 24 books. All coming out later this year and into next year and it seems like every two months two books are being released.
I can’t wait to read all of the books in this series.
Special thanks to Angie Brillhart of Barbour Publishing, Inc. for sending me a review copy and for First Wild Card Tours for allowing me to be a part of this tour.
If you are reading this on a blog or website other than Cindy’s Love Of Books or via a feedreader, this content has been stolen and used without permission.
2 thoughts on “McKenzie’s Montana Mystery Review”
This sounds like a great series!
Sounds like a cute book, Cindy. Nice review!