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Chilling and relevant All Murders Final is a great cozy

All Murders Final! A Sarah W. Garage Sale Mystery by Sherry Harris Kensington Books Mystery & Thrillers Pub Date: April 26, 2016 Review The dangers of online groups and the anonymity of social media play a major role in All Murders Final! Not only is Sarah Winston suspected of murders linked to her virtual garage sale website, she is being stalked. Someone is watching her, sending pictures anonymously through Popit a fictional app. Simultaneously, Sarah seeks to clear her name while proving the existence of a stalker who leaves little evidence. While all of the Sarah Winston mysteries are good, All Murders Final! is perhaps the most chilling of the series. It is a good reminder that while online trading communities offer fantastic opportunities, it is important to take common sense safety measures, such as always having a friend present and meeting in a public place if possible. All Murders Final is an excellent addition to Sherry Harris's series, and a great cozy that is thrilling and pertinent. 5/5 I received a copy of All Murders Final from the publisher and in exchange for an honest review. --Crittermom Description Her Next Sale When Sarah Winston started the virtual garage sale, it seemed like a keystroke of genius and the next logical step in her business. No more collapsing card tables and rainy-day washouts. But what began as a fun way to run garage sales during the long New England winter has become a nightmare of managing people and putting out fires. Online, she can avoid the crowds--but not the crazies. May Be Her Last She certainly never bargained on dealing with frightening threats. And when a client is murdered, it's time for Sarah to swallow her pride and seek the help of her ex--C.J. Hooker, chief of police. Forging a tense alliance, they search--online and off--for the killer. But solving this crime before someone else gets tagged seems virtually impossible…

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