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Summary, etc.: ONE WOMAN'S TRASH . . . Sarah Winston's garage sale business has a new client: the daughter of a couple who recently died in a tragic accident while away on a trip to Africa. Their house is full of exotic items from around the world that need to be sold off. When Sarah learns that the deceased were retired CIA agents, the job becomes more intriguing-but when an intruder breaks in and a hidden camera is found, it also becomes more dangerous. And Sarah has enough on her plate right now since she's investigating a murder on the side at the nearby Air Force base, where her status as a former military spouse gives her a special kind of access. . . . IS ANOTHER WOMAN'S TROUBLE With so much work piling up, Sarah decides to hire some help. But her assistant, Harriet-a former FBI hostage negotiator-has a rare talent for salesmanship. Which is good, because Sarah may have to haggle for her life with Harriet's assistance . . .
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Murder Investigation Fiction
Electronic commerce Fiction
Garage sales Fiction

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Sell Low, Sweet Harriet
Sell Low, Sweet Harriet
by Harris, Sherry
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Sell Low, Sweet Harriet

Sherry Harris is the author of Agatha Award-nominated Best First Novel Tagged for Death , as well as The Longest Yard Sale , All Murders Final!; A Good Day to Buy, and I Know What You Bid Last Summer in the Sarah Winston Garage Sale Mystery series. Sherry started bargain hunting in second grade at her best friend's yard sale. She honed her bartering skills as she moved around the country while her husband served in the Air Force. Sherry combined her love of garage sales, her life as an Air Force spouse, and her time living in Massachusetts as inspiration for this series. Sherry is an independent editor for fiction and nonfiction writers, a member of Sisters in Crime, Sisters in Crime New England, and Sisters in Crime Chesapeake Chapter. She blogs with New England mystery writers at WickedCozyAuthors.com.


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