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About the Author
Sarah is the author of a memoir, Motherless Child - stories from a life, and publisher of a family saga, The Gordons of Tallahassee, written by her sister LaVerne Gordon Goodridge.
Tell Them I Died is her first work of fiction.
You can contact her online at www.sarahweathersby.com
And Twitter @saraphen
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Sarah Gordon Weathersby’s “Tell Them I Died” is a romantic adventure that takes readers out of the country several times. Angela and Bodine Beaudoin love to travel. As they should, they are happily retired. They regularly socialize online through a social networking site. Laura, known as her online name A1QTEE, started the dating group called Blaq-Kawfee. One evening, Angela receives a telephone call from AIQTEE’s son telling her that her beloved friend has died. Carlton, Laura’s son, tells Angela that Laura died in her sleep over a month ago. When Carlton asks for money, which she knows should not have been an issue for Laura, Angela becomes suspicious. “Tell Them I Died” then turns into a mystery. It took me a minute to get into it, but once it picked up, it was a blast. The story development was great. The plot thickened and twisted, taking readers on a journey. I enjoyed this book. From looking at the book cover you could never tell that there was a love story that would evolve into a great mystery. Mental health tied up with social media is an issue that constantly needs to be addressed. Reviewed by: Marilyn 4.5 stars