The Courtside Mystery

Ethan and Matt arrive at the Poolers camp for a week of basketball. But as weird accidents mount up at the camp, they get suspicious and investigate. With the third member of Project Adventure, Lisa, they find themselves in a dangerous intrigue. Will they be able to solve this mystery and prevent anyone getting seriously hurt?

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Ethan and Matt are looking forward to having a break from solving mysteries and spending time at basketball camp for a week. But as they arrive, they find out about an incident at a basketball game at their camp the week before. The police think it’s just an accident.

Settling into camp routine, the boys find out about the big rivalry between the two local basketball teams. Their suspicions are aroused when weird accidents at their camp keep happening. When Ethan becomes the victim of one of these accidents, they’re left with no choice than to investigate! They need Lisa, the third member of their detective agency Project Adventure to help with background checks that might lead to solving the mystery.

Will they be able to get to the bottom of why these accidents keep happening? Can they prevent anyone from getting seriously hurt? Find out what happens in this thrilling adventure at the basketball camp, full of rivalry and secrets…

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Paperback, eBook

Print Length

168 pages


October 30, 2020







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As the mother of three middle-grade-aged children, I am always on the lookout for books that will appeal to these reluctant readers.

My family is very sports-focused as well, so when I saw a book based at a basketball camp, I knew that this was one I needed to check out. And I’m very glad that I did.

This is the first book that I’ve read by David Konrad and it will not be the last. With likeable characters and an interesting plot, middle-grade readers (and even their parents) will enjoy The Courtside Mystery.

Amanda Arkans