I liked the cover of this book. I was a lifeguard for many years, so the red suit caught my eye. I also liked the title. Camp stories are always a favorite. This one had a twist. The excerpt I read wanted me to read more. This book almost reminded me of a Karen McManus book. You want to keep reading to find out what happens. There were some high points to the book and there were also parts that were unrealistic. I did like how it gave a point of view of each character to figure out how the death occurred and who did it. The names of the characters were great (Goldie). The secrets that they hide and trying to come to realization with themselves to communicate the different theories makes the story continue and not drag on. This book was a thriller, but not over the top like some are, where they make you nervous to close your eyes at night. I am not sure if there is such a thing as a light thriller, but that is what this book is.