The Body in the GazeboBook - 2011
While trying to find out who is pilfering money from the church's discretionary fund and keeping an eye on her friend's elderly mother, Ursula, Faith Fairchild is drawn into a decades-old mystery when Ursula receives a strange letter linked to her brother's murder during the Depression era. 25,000 first printing.
&;Katherine Hall Page is my favorite writer of the traditional mystery.&;
&;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.
While trying to find out who is pilfering money from the church and keeping an eye on her friend's elderly mother, Ursula, Faith Fairchild is drawn into a decades-old mystery when Ursula receives a letter linked to her brother's murder during the Depression.
When an audit finds money missing from the minister's discretionary fund at Aleford's First Parish Church, suspicion falls on Faith's husband, the Rev. Thomas Fairchild, the only person with access to the account. To complicate matters, Ursula Rowe, Faith's friend Pix Miller's elderly and ailing mother, asks Faith's help in dealing with the disquieting letters she's recently received. Secrets, the kind that fester and can make even strong people ill, reach back to the 1920s.