Cozy Wednesday – Featuring – I Know What You Bid Last Summer by Sherry Harris #Review / #Giveaway @KensingtonBooks #IknowWhatYouBidLastSummer #NetGalley

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This week I am featuring Sherry Harris’ latest Sarah Winston Garage Sale Mystery!

I Know What You Bid Last Summer
(A Sarah W. Garage Sale Mystery)

Cozy Mystery
5th in Series
Setting – Massachusetts
Kensington (February 27, 2018)
Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1496707536
Kindle ASIN: B0719VD7GS



When it comes to running a successful garage sale, Sarah Winston believes in doing her homework. She also believes in giving back. But when she agrees to manage an athletic equipment swap, she doesn’t bargain on an uncharitable killer. The day of the event, the school superintendent is found dead in the gymnasium.
Suddenly the murder suspects are the school board members—including the husband of a very difficult client who’s hired Sarah to run a high-end sale and demands she do her bidding. In between tagging and haggling, Sarah studies the clues to see who wanted to teach the superintendent a lesson. But as she closes in on the truth, the killer intends to give her a crash course on minding her own business . . .

Dollycas’s Thoughts

Happy Dance! I am all caught up on this series!

Sarah has taken on the schools athletic swap meet. Who knew arranging bats, balls, and hockey sticks could be such a huge undertaking and dangerous too. The night before the event Sarah is working late when she is attacked and several items, including the expensive silent auction items, are stolen. The following day is even worse when Sarah finds the school superintendent has been killed. The murder has to be someone involved at the school, maybe even someone on the school board. Can Sarah find the killer before the police? Maybe she can ask a few questions while organizing and running a garage sale for a wife of one of the board members. Or maybe she should just stay out of it . . . like that would ever happen 🙂

Sarah Winston is a such a great character. She has become an expert at garage sales, thrift stores, swap meets, and online buy and sell sites. I wish I had half her knowledge and energy. She has also become quite adept at solving murder mysteries. People open up to her in a way they never open up to police. She also has no problem asking for help from Mike ‘the Big Cheese’ Titone, but she just may be pushing him a little too far. Her romantic life has had been in flux since this series started and I still have hope that she will end up with the man I have been rooted for.

Solving the murder and the thefts has Sarah running all over the place and not thinking about the danger she is putting herself in. She is warned several times, but her independence makes her act without thinking the situation through. The author takes us on a journey as Sarah uncovers more secrets and lies. A couple of corkscrew twists really has my eyes glued to the pages.

In addition to the main mystery, there is a subplot that had me almost rolling on the floor laughing. All I can say is lasagna! The lengths Sarah goes to for her friends was not only funny but heartwarming and made me very hungry. Guess what we had for supper the night after I finished this book.

I love the way Sherry Harris writes. She describes everything in such a way that it is like watching a movie. Her characters feel like old friends, you want to get involved in their lives. She plots the story so well with perfect amounts of suspense and humor. She draws us in and holds our attention making it almost impossible to take a break from the story for food or sleep. Her worldbuilding is excellent.

I have enjoyed this entire series and highly recommend them all.


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About the Author

Agatha Award-nominated author, Sherry Harris, 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 uses her love of garage sales, her life as a military spouse, and her time living in Massachusetts as inspiration for the Sarah Winston Garage Sale series.

Find out more about Sherry on her webpage here.

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5 thoughts on “Cozy Wednesday – Featuring – I Know What You Bid Last Summer by Sherry Harris #Review / #Giveaway @KensingtonBooks #IknowWhatYouBidLastSummer #NetGalley

  1. Thank you for your wonderful review on “I Know What You Bid Last Summer”. I can’ wait to have the chance to read this book.
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

  2. Great review! This series has been on my TBR list for some time and I appreciate knowing what a great series it is.

  3. This cover reminds me of when I used to go to garage sales, love it. Thank you for the chance to win a copy.

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