What is the summary of this specific fiction work? Here is the back cover copy:
As a former military spouse, Sarah Winston’s learned a little about organizing, packing, and moving. Her latest project sounds promising: a couple of tech-industry hipsters, newly arrived in her Massachusetts town, who need to downsize. Unfortunately, when Sarah tries to sell their stuff, she discovers it’s all stolen—and she’s the unwitting fence.
BUT SARAH’S PROBLEMS ARE JUST BEGINNING
Michelle, an old friend of Sarah’s from the Air Force base, is in line for a promotion—but not everyone is happy about it, and she’s been hit with an anonymous discrimination complaint. When one of the men she suspects is behind the accusations turns up dead in Michelle’s car, Sarah needs to clear Michelle’s name—as well as her own for selling hot merchandise. And she’ll have to do it while also organizing a cat lady’s gigantic collection of feline memorabilia, or they’ll be making room for Sarah in a jail cell . . .
Can you give the reader just enough information for them to understand what is going on in the excerpt? Sarah is arrested soon after the opening paragraph below. That evening she goes out with her friend Michelle, finds out about the discrimination complaint, and sees the man who Michelle thinks filed the complaint. Later they discover the man dead in Michelle’s car. Two friends, two big problems.
Other works you have published? This is the seventh book in the Sarah Winston Garage Sale mysteries. The first Tagged for Death was nominated for an Agatha award for best first novel.