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Reviewed by Amy Raines for Readers' Favorite
In Mystery at Point Beach: Alien Invasion by Kate Jungwirth and Deborah Ann Erdmann, a small group of mystery-solving kids gets a phone call about the possibility of alien activity. As Dominic, Forest and Sailor find clues that make the mystery much deeper than just a swamp gas problem, another mystery comes up that could be related to their current problems. Ranger Rick has heartily expressed that there are no such things as aliens or UFOs but he goes missing, leaving nothing behind except his walkie-talkie. Are the sightings just swamp gas set off by a meteorite landing in Lake Michigan or are the sightings and green lights really alien activity? Can Dominic and his friends find enough clues to solve the alien mystery and discover where Ranger Rick went before everyone leaves Point Beach?
Mystery at Point Beach: Alien Invasion is a wonderful story with an entertaining plot made up of lights and sightings over Lake Michigan at Point Beach that spark off a fun mystery to unravel. The characters are all well defined with unique personalities that make Mystery At Point Beach a very interesting tale for anyone to read. I recommend this story by Jungwirth and Erdmann to anyone who enjoys a great mystery that does not give away too many clues too early and with a surprise twist that is unexpected. I hope to read more by Jungwirth and Erdmann about Dominic and his friends in adventures like Mystery At Point Beach in the near future.