Tell Them I Died

Tell Them I Died

by Sarah Weathersby

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Overview

Tell Them I Died is a romantic adventure that centers on the loves and lives of Angela and "Bodine" Beaudoin and their friends on the social networking site, Blaq-Kawfee.com. Angela and Bodine are retired and live in Raleigh, North Carolina. Every day they interact with friends all over the world on Blaq-Kawfee.com until Angela receives a phone call from Carlton telling her that his mother, A1QTEE, the owner/operator of Blaq-Kawfee died a month ago. Instantly, Angela smells foul play and finds herself working overtime, much to the chagrin of Bodine, to figure out what happened to her dear friend.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615703190
Publisher: Sarah\Weathersby#Publisher
Publication date: 10/22/2012
Pages: 220
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Sarah Gordon Weathersby is the youngest of seven siblings, and the first to migrate back to the South after living in DC, New Jersey and New York. She is a retired Information Technology professional. She lives in Raleigh with her husband, and imaginary dog, Dusty.

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

http://blogspot.sarahweathersby.com

http://www.facebook.com/saraphen

And Twitter @saraphen

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Tell Them I Died 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
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