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Faith Fairchild was convinced she had seen pretty much everything. But the transplanted caterer/minister's wife was unprepared for the surprises awaiting her in the sleepy Massachusetts village of Aleford. And she is especially taken aback by the dead body of a pretty young thing she discovers stashed in the church's belfry.

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Faith Fairchild Mysteries; Volume number 1. Faith Fairchild was convinced she had seen pretty much everything. But the transplanted caterer/minister's wife was unprepared for the surprises awaiting her in the sleepy Massachusetts village of Aleford

Faith Fairchild Mysteries; Volume number 1. A Faith Fairchild Mystery.

Body in the Bookcase. Katherine Hall Page won an Agatha Award for her first Faith Fairchild mystery, The Body in the Belfry, and since that debut she has developed a rich cast of characters around her beloved amateur sleuth. Author: Katherine Page. Now, in her ninth outing, Faith embarks on an adventure that draws from Page’s personal experience with the burglary of her home in 1995. A former New Yorker, Faith is settled–or at least settling–into life in the small Massachusetts town of Aleford. Her husband, Tom, is a minister, and Faith feels called to make the rounds of the parish.

KATHERINE HALL PAGE is the author of thirteen previous Faith Fairchild mysteries. Her first book in the series, The Body in the Belfry, received the Agatha Award for best first mystery novel

KATHERINE HALL PAGE is the author of thirteen previous Faith Fairchild mysteries. Her first book in the series, The Body in the Belfry, received the Agatha Award for best first mystery novel. She also won an Agatha Award for her short story The Would Be Widower, and The Body in the Lighthouse was nominated for a Mary Higgins Clark Award. She lives with her husband and son in Massachusetts. Praise for Agatha Award-winner KATHERINE HALL PAGE. and. The body in the bookcase. A best bet. Portland Oregonian.

During her years spent in New York City. Faith Fairchild was convinced she had seen pretty much everything. But the transplanted caterer/minister's wife was unprepared for the surprises awaiting her in the sleepy Massachusetts village of Aleford. And she is especially taken aback by the dead body of a pretty young thing she discovers stashed in the church's belfry. The victim, Cindy Shepherd. was well-known locally for her acid tongue and her jilted beaux, which created a lot of bad blood and more than a few possible perpetrators -- including her luckless fiance, who had neither an alibi nor a better way to break off the engagement. Faith thinks it's terribly unfair that the police have zeroed in on the hapless boyfriend, and so she sets out to uncover the truth. But digging too deeply into the sordid secrets of a small New England village tends to make the natives nervous. And an overly curious big city lady can become just another small town death statistic in very short order.


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Grinin
This is a pretty good book. The explanation at the end just goes on an on and on. I can't warm up to the "heroine" but I'm going to try the second book in the series and see if she gets any more attractive. I just don't think a minister's wife worrying about whether or not he is wearing an Amani suit is in touch with reality. She comes off as a snob. Months later: I just reread this book and liked it better. I may have simply arrived at a time in my life where I find most Cozy Mystery heroines to be somewhat insufferable. At 78 and with all the books I've read, maybe I'm entitled. I'm going to read more of this series and hope that the books get better.
Faugami
This is the start of the series of Faith Fairchild. We have ordered the entire series so I will be commenting on all of them before long. Good introduction to the characters and an excellent plot which keeps you reading because you don't know what is going to happen and how the mystery will be solved.

J. Robert Ewbank author "John Wesley, Natural Man, and the Isms" "Wesley's Wars" "To Whom It May Concern" and "Tell Me About the United Methodist Church"
Nejind
I got hooked on this series after reading a few chapters of this book. The sleuth is a modern young mom who demonstrates a sense of humor about her cute little son Benjamin and her likeable minister husband, who encourages his feisty wife to do her own thing, which includes running a catering business and solving mysteries. I'm well-educated and have no tolerence for books reflecting poor writing skills; I found this author's writing skills to be literate and even witty. With a touch of humor, the author successfully alludes to classic mysteries and their sleuths. Before I'd finished this, the first book in the Faith Fairchild series, I'd ordered the rest of the books from the series. I've now read two of the books and have found a new sleuth that has grabbed my affection. Can't wait to read more mysteries in this series.
Felolv
The author was on a Boston TV station this week being interviewed for her 17th book in this series. I had never heard of her, but as a great fan of mysteries decided I'd start with the first one and go from there.

As a resident of a small town in Connecticut, I was tickled at her descriptions and comments about folks in a small New England town. It's all true. Faith, the main character, has a bit of a time adjusting to a slower pace of life, but I think she will fit in eventually. The author said during the interview that the town is fictional. She didn't want to have people correcting her on locations, roads, etc.

I think the idea of including recipes in the books is a nice touch. It gives the stories an added touch.
Gagas
These books are so much fun also well written and literate, I'm sure I will end up reading every one. It does strain credibility to have so many murders taking place in one placid little town, but who cares? I never would have suspected the murderer, but then I rarely do, the atmosphere being what I really enjoy. The general aura of enticing food adds to the charm.
Defolosk
I enjoyed the mystery. Most clues were there, had I noticed as I went along. The characters are likable and pleasant. The only thing I found offensive was the branding of the clothes and baby items. I almost felt like the author was paid for product placement. On the other hand, it did give you a specific picture of the item she mentioned. Some people might enjoy that. I did like looking up the Ennajett shoes. I also found myself wishing for a little more description of the cooking. Maybe that will happen in later books.
Fordregelv
This was my first Faith Fairchild mystery, and it is the first in the series. I enjoyed the characters and the setting. Faith is a minister's wife who moves from the Big City to small town New England, and has to make all the expected adjustments.I will read more in this series.
I don't know why. I'm not Christian and the series revolves around a minister's wife. Page just creates characters that feel like they are alive, and you want to find out what the're up to. Yes, if I knew of her I'd stay far away because everyone winds up dead at places she goes to, but I love to read about them
The Body in the Belfry: A Faith Fairchild Mystery download epub
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Author: Katherine Hall Page
ISBN: 0380713284
Category: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Subcategory: Mystery
Language: English
Publisher: Avon; English Language edition (April 3, 2001)