Jenn finds the body of a local college history professor hidden in a suit of armor she purchased. After the professor's teaching assistant becomes the next victim, Jennifer finds herself caught in a killer's web of dangerous lies.
While setting up a charity garage sale, Jennifer Shannon discovers a body in the attic of a nearby home. Using her eye for detail, as well as her experience with antiques and murder, Jennifer puts together clues that help catch a killer.
Amateur detective Jen finds a young woman's body in a storage locker after auction buying the contents of another for her store. Jen just can't stay out of the investigation while the rest of the family is busy building homeless housing.
The owner of a storage place is found by Jen's deduction, murdered. Jen saw an upset ex customer there earlier and the owner mentioned divorce. Is the break-in at Jen and Dany's store related? Dany meets a new guy.
Jenn suspects a murder when a body of a surfer washes up on a beach. Drowning is suspected, but the surfer's wife thinks as he was a good swimmer, this does not ring true. Meanwhile Jenn's son is preparing for an audition for the "Romeo and Juliet" play.Written by
David Paetkau had two passions in life. The on line software company he created and surfing. His had to be the only company that stopped work each day so that he could ride a wave or two.
Only here in Washington State in Jennifer Shannon's home town there's a beach that the surfer dudes consider their private preserve, no outsiders. Paetkau's tires are slashed one time, he gets assaulted a second time. Third time he dies.
Lori Loughlin the antiquing expert and haunter of garage sales is intrigued by a surfboard Paetkau donated to her before his demise. She's even more intrigue by the homicide, especially after police attention shifts to older brother Ben Cotton who was something of a ne'er do well and given charity employment by his successful younger brother.
Let's say that the police and Loughlin were misreading certain clues, but Loughlin does get it right in the end and the murder is solved.
Not the best of the Garage Sale mystery group, but entertaining enough.
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