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eBook The Body in the Bonfire (Faith Fairchild Mysteries) download ISBN: 0380813858
Author: Katherine Hall Page
Publisher: Avon (January 28, 2003)
Language: English
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Faith Fairchild is a caterer and amateur sleuth in the small Massachusetts town of Alford. Book 1. The Body in the Belfry. by Katherine Hall Page.

Faith Fairchild is a caterer and amateur sleuth in the small Massachusetts town of Alford. The Body in the Belfry (Faith Fairchild, The Body in the. There was no question that the body in the churc. ore.

Katherine Hall Page has produced yet another fun, intriguing mystery. Great plot, characters and suspense. I purchased 9 of Page's books about 8 years ago and they were packed-away due to a move for about the same amount of time

Katherine Hall Page has produced yet another fun, intriguing mystery. I purchased 9 of Page's books about 8 years ago and they were packed-away due to a move for about the same amount of time. I was quite excited to find them and began reading the books in this series that I had purchased. I read all 9, expecting some miracle that would show improvement in mystery ence structure skills, but the miracle never occurred.

Harlan Coben Hungry readers. The main mystery, the body in the gazebo, took place decades ago and involves Ursula Rowe, mother of Faith's best friend Pix Miller. It is told in flashbacks and has a ripping denoument that I did not see coming. A secondary plot involves missing church funds that seem to brand Faith's husband The Reverend Tom Fairchild as a thief.

Page, Katherine Hall. Fairchild, Faith Sibley (Fictitious character), Women in the food industry, Caterers and catering, Boarding schools, Cooking. New York : William Morrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

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Faith Fairchild SeriesKatherine Hall Page. com User, March 11, 2002. Faith Fairchild, intrepid caterer, mother of two, and wife of a minister, is asked by her friend Patsy to teach a cooking class to a group of boys at the local prep school.

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A bright and cheery voice greeted Faith as she walked toward Carleton House the next morning. It was Connie Reed haven’t made much headway. It was Connie Reed haven’t made much headway in finding out who’s attacking Daryl Martin, someone is sabotaging my ingredients, my best friend’s son has gone haywire, and I’m catering a luncheon next week and have no idea what to serve, she settled instead.

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KATHERINE HALL PAGE is the author of twelve Faith Fairchild mysteries. The body in the moonlight. The body in the big apple. The body in the bookcase. Her first book in the series, The Body in the Belfry, received the Agatha Award for Best First Mystery Novel. She lives with her husband and son in Massachusetts. Visit ww. uthorTracker. Praise for. Katherine hall page’s. Agatha Award-winning. The body in the bog. The body in the basement.

Caterer and small-town minister's wife Faith Fairchild might never have accepted the job teaching a course on Cooking for Idiots at Mansfield Academy had it not been for Daryl Martin. An African-American student at the prestigious prep school, Daryl has lately become the target of a series of vicious and anonymous racial attacks -- and Faith is determined to put an end to the injustice. But Mansfield, she finds, is a seething cauldron of secrets, academic in-fighting, and unspoken rules that complicate her task. When someone tampers with her classroom cooking ingredients -- and then the remains of her prime suspect are discovered smoldering in a campus bonfire -- she realizes that a monstrous evil is stalking both Daryl and the school. And suddenly Faith's own life is in serious jeopardy as well!

Comments: (7)
Dorintrius
I was really disappointed not to find a recipe for smothered pork at the end of the book. Darn! Or some of the other delectable dishes Faith was teaching the boys to cook. That woman has an enormous amount of energy. And she does everything so well. She solves mysteries, of course, usually or always putting herself into very dangerous situations, she's a wonderful mother, a terrific wife, a good friend, and above all, she's a gourmet chef. I forgot, she's also good looking. She is like a grown-up Nancy Drew. And she's just as much fun to read about. Especially in Ms Page's literate and sparkling style.
Manazar
I enjoyed this. It was ok but not great. I understand it's the middle of a series and was glad to see it didn't belabor who was who but still it came across clearly enough and didn't seem like it was repeating history a lot. Some of the situations were a little silly as a parent should not be putting themselves repeatedly into dangerous positions. Also, when do the parents ever spend time with their kids? But overall it was not a bad read.
Grotilar
Even though this mystery novel takes on the issue of race relations, it never seems heavy or preachy. I was glad that I missed this one when it came out a few years ago, because I've read all the others in the series, and thought I'd have to wait for a while to get the chance to read another.
Virtual
Katherine Hall Page has produced yet another fun, intriguing mystery. Great plot, characters and suspense. What's not to like? I love Faith and her family. Nothing seems manipulated or contrived. Just good reading.
Kagda
This is the best of the series so far....best character and plot development. Love this series-when one ends, you thirst for another...now!
Peras
Book was received in pristine condition and on time. Wonderful service from the independent vendor. Will definitely order from this vendor again..
Purestone
Not worth your time
I purchased 9 of Page's books about 8 years ago and they were packed-away due to a move for about the same amount of time. I was quite excited to find them and began reading the books in this series that I had purchased. I read all 9, expecting some miracle that would show improvement in mystery writing/grammar/sentence structure skills, but the miracle never occurred. I will write my review for each of the books, in order of the copyright dates - they all have received a 1-star rating.
This "mystery" was lacking the clues necessary and/or sufficient for the reader to determine the solution - in fact, the "sleuth" was unable to determine the solution until accosted by the murderer (the murderer confessed to the "sleuth" at the end of the book). In addition, the "red herrings" were not addressed prior the ending of the book.
The grammar and the sentence structure were very poor. The editor or author have no concept with respect to when to use colons, semi-colons, periods, and commas. There were many misplaced prepositional phrases (distorting the meaning of the sentences), dangling participles, over-deferring of prepositions (i.e., ending sentences with prepositions), split infinitives, sentences with no verb, sentences with no subject, incomplete sentences, etc.
If this book had 70% less words and some basic clues, it might have been an acceptable novella. The amount of words dedicated to non-applicable information and to ruminating thoughts in the head of the sleuth detracted from the story line and provided no useful or entertaining reading material. The description of a school grounds, woods, insides of houses, furniture, dorm rooms, redecoration of a room, and even a flyer, coupled with many other extraneous details and inane conversations, were obviously included in order to fill the space and to make the book longer.