The Body in the Gazebo

The Body in the Gazebo

Large Print - 2011
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"Katherine Hall Page is my favorite writer of the traditional mystery."
--Harlan Coben

"Hungry readers, enjoy!"
--Diana Mott Davidson

Minister's wife, caterer, and amateur sleuth Faith Fairchild must solve a deadly mystery more than seventy years in the making in The Body in the Gazebo, the nineteenth ingenious whodunit in the delectable, Agatha Award-winning series by Katherine Hall Page. Faith has a lot on her plate as she attempts to solve a Depression Era murder while trying to clear her husband's name after he is accused of a heartless theft. Poignant, suspenseful, puzzling, and all-around marvelous, The Body in the Gazebo is cozy culinary mystery at its very best--complete with scrumptious recipes from Faith Fairchild's kitchen and a resolution that would make Dame Agatha Christie proud.

Publisher: New York : Harper Luxe, 2011.
Edition: Large print ed.
ISBN: 9780061562068
Characteristics: 381 p. ;,23 cm.


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Nov 27, 2016

Book 19 in the Faith Fairchild series

May 04, 2015

Didn't like this. Didn't finish it.
Story didn't hold my interest enough to keep me from slipping to the last chapter to see how the story was resolved.

samdog123 Sep 13, 2011

I've been reading this series for many years since I was home with my children! The character Faith and her minister husband, Tom live in Aleford, a smalll town in Maine. There many mysteries seem to find them. Very engaging and the characters have grown over time. Try the first one in the series, The Body in the Belfry.

gullybrook Aug 12, 2011

I usually love the Faith Fairchild series, but I found this one to be too "preachy." There were too many places where the story line seemed to go off into a lesson for the reader which I found distracting and unnecessary.
For some reason a couple of my favorite authors such as Joan Medilcott have started doing this which I find disappointing.

ehbooklover Jul 03, 2011

The 18th book in Page's Faith Fairchild series. There are two mysteries contained within the book: one that took place during the Great Depression and one from the current day. The author does a great job blending the mystery with Faith's everyday life. And the yummy sounding food that Faith whips up doesn't hurt either!

Jun 29, 2011

Very, very light . Read it by the pool you will float .Also being nowhere near an oven is a good thing with all these tempting recipes.

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