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The Body in the Gazebo LP: A Faith Fairchild Mystery
"I have to tell you something . . . something that happened a long time ago."
When Ursula Lyman Rowe speaks these words to Faith Fair-child from her sickbed in Aleford, Massachusetts, Faith has no idea what lies in store for her.
It all starts when Ursula's daughter, Pix Miller, Faith's best friend and neighbor, leaves town for her son's wedding. Pix knows Faith and her husband, the Reverend Thomas Fairchild, will keep an eye on the slowly recovering Ursula. But what she and Faith don't know is that the tale Ursula spins over the course of several weeks will reveal an unsolved crime dating back to 1929 and the Great Depression.
Meanwhile, more current mysteries are brewing. The dis-cretionary fund at the church has been pilfered and the Reverend Fairchild is the only person with access to it. And, when Pix meets her in-laws-to-be for the first time, she's in for the surprise of her life. . . .
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 Gazebo LP: A Faith Fairchild Mystery…
“Genial....Series fans will relish the descriptions of tempting culinary offerings.”
-Publishers Weeklyon The Body in the Gazebo
-Oklahoman on The Body in the Gazebo
“A pleasant, well-rounded story....A lovely dish.”
-Iron Mountain Daily News on The Body in the Gazebo
-The Patriot Ledger (MA) on The Body in the Gazebo
“Katherine Hall Page’s gift for storytelling comes vividly alive as she seamlessly creates a fast-paced, intricate mystery, keeping the suspense simmering until the last pages.”
-McCormick Messenger on The Body in the Gazebo