When Sarah Winston turns Ellington, Massachusetts, into New England’s largest garage sale for a day, it’s the small town’s biggest event since the start of the Revolutionary War—but without the bloodshed. That is, until a valuable painting goes missing…and the lifeless body of an Air Force officer is found in Carol Carson’s painting studio, his face perfectly framed with the murder weapon—a metal picture frame.
Edith: I was lucky enough to read an early copy of the book and loved it. You do a fabulous job of showing us small-town life adjacent to a base, Sherry. And telling a suspenseful story that is funny at the same time. Home run!
Liz: I was lucky enough to read it early too! I love your style, Sherry, and your characters just jump off the page and make me want to hang out with them. And the mystery kept me turning the pages. Loved!!
Jessie: I love the way this series plays with the insider vs. outsider dynamic. It isn’t easy to craft that in a fresh and unique way and Sarah’s status as former military spouse does it beautifully!
Julie: What a terrific series this is! Great series, wonderful characters, insider knowledge, and Sherry’s great writing. SO looking forward to the LONGEST YARD SALE! Happy launch day my friend!!
Barb: I was lucky enough to get an Advance Reader Copy of the first book in the series, Tagged for Death. Therefore, it’s been a whole year since I’ve read about what’s going on in Sarah Winston’s life. Too long! My copy is on its way.