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The Body in the Casket: A Faith Fairchild Mystery (Faith Fairchild Mysteries) by Katherine Hall Page

Reviewed by Vickie Dailey

The Body in the CasketThis is the 24th installment in the Faith Fairchild mystery series. The third of which that I have read and reviewed. It is always a pleasure to read one of the Faith Fairchild mysteries. They are cleverly written and an enjoyable way to pass a couple of hours.

This story was quite intriguing as Faith is hired to cater a birthday party for a retired Broadway producer’s 70th birthday party at an exclusive manor house. The invited guests were all involved in the biggest flop the producer had. Faith is not only hired for her culinary skills, but her sleuthing skills as well.

The producer believes one of the guests is trying to kill him. While Faith plans a delicious menu (recipes at back of book) she uses her sleuthing skills via internet as to who would be most likely the killer.

I will tell you that I didn’t see it coming. I highly recommend this as a great read.

The Body in the Birches by Katherine Hall Page (Review #2)

The Body in the BirchesReviewed by Vickie Dailey

The Body in the Birches is the 22nd installment in the Faith Fairchild mystery series. This is the first novel that I have read in the series. I thoroughly liked it.

There are many characters in this book including Faith’s family and a large supporting cast. It is the Fourth of July weekend on Sanpere Island. Paul Mitchell has been tasked by his late wife to pick the family member most likely to take care of their family estate. Most of the family believes they deserve the inheritance. After the Fourth of July fireworks, Faith discovers her first body of the story – the maid from the estate. Read the rest of this entry »

The Body in the Birches: A Faith Fairchild Mystery (Faith Fairchild Mysteries) by Katherine Hall Page

The Body in the BirchesReviewed by Caryn St. Clair

As a reader and reviewer, I found the last couple of the Faith Fairchild books to be a number of things, none of them good. I am happy to say that with The Body in the Birches, the Faith Fairchild series returns to the high level of the early books in the series. Faith is back on track focused on her family. Several of the other regular characters also appear. However, set at the Fairchild’s summer getaway on an island in Maine, Faith’s catering business takes a back seat. That’s okay; there are still a few recipes and a great deal of talk of food throughout the book. Read the rest of this entry »