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A new website remembers a slain South Salt Lake bookseller and is trying to generate tips to catch her killer. tells about the life of Sherry Black, who was the mother-in-law of Greg Miller, the CEO of the Larry H. Miller Group, which owns the Utah Jazz. The site has new photographs of Black and a video tribute. There's also a link where visitors can e-mail tips to police.

South Salt Lake police Sgt. Gary Keller said Black's family consulted with detectives, who requested the capability to provide tips. The Black case also is featured on the South Salt Lake government homepage.

Police do not have any suspects or motive in the homicide, Keller said.

"We're going through a lot of information, a lot of tips and leads and stuff like that," Keller said, "but we still haven't obtained that one nugget of information we hope to obtain."

Black and her husband, Earl Black, ran B&W Billiards and Books from a building next to their home at 3466 S. 700 East. On Nov. 30, the husband found her beaten and stabbed when he returned home.

Have a tip?

You can submit leads in the case by visiting or by calling Lt. Dwayne Ruth at 801-412-3633 or sending an e-mail to All tips are confidential.