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The Body in the Snowdrift: A Faith Fairchild Mystery
The Body in the Snowdrift: A Faith Fairchild Mystery (Mass Market Paperback)
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Caterer Faith Fairchild has a bad feeling about her father-in-law's decision to celebrate his seventieth birthday with a family reunion ski week at the Pine Slopes resort in Vermont -- the Fairchilds' favorite getaway since Faith's husband, the Reverend Thomas Fairchild, was a toddler. At first her unease seems unfounded -- until Faith comes across a corpse on one of the cross-country trails, the apparent victim of a heart attack.
Then one catastrophe follows another: the mysterious disappearance of the Pine Slopes' master chef, a malicious prank at the sports center, a break-in at the Fairchild condo, the sabotage of a chairlift. And when a fatal "accident" with the snow-making machines stains the slopes blood red, Faith realizes she'll have to work fast to solve a murderous puzzle -- because suddenly not only are the reunion and the beloved resort's future in jeopardy . . . but Faith's life is as well.
About the Author
Katherine Hall Page is the author of nineteen previous Faith Fairchild mysteries. Her first book, The Body in the Belfry, received the Agatha Award for Best First Mystery Novel; The Body in the Snowdrift was honored with the Agatha Award for Best Mystery Novel; and "The Would-Be Widower" won the Agatha Award for Best Short Story. She has also been a nominee for the Edgar® Award and the Mary Higgins Clark Award. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband.
Praise for The Body in the Snowdrift: A Faith Fairchild Mystery…
“[A]n attractive setting, great characters, good food and murder most foul... A perfect Faith concoction.”
“[W]ell told...close, careful observations of the complicated dynamics within large families...[Page] at her solid best.”
-New York Times Book Review
“[W]ill leave her readers guessing until the very end and wanting another serving of Faith Fairchild.”
-Bangor Daily News (Maine)
“Fun for all readers, and some great recipes, too.”
-The Stuart News (Stuart, Florida)