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by Katherine Hall Page

  • ISBN: 0061561940
  • Category: Thriller & Mystery
  • Author: Katherine Hall Page
  • Subcategory: Mystery
  • Other formats: azw docx lrf lit
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HarperLuxe; LRG edition (April 22, 2008)
  • Pages: 400 pages
  • FB2 size: 1348 kb
  • EPUB size: 1573 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 625
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Katherine Hall Page is the author of twenty-three previous Faith Fairchild mysteries, the first of which . The Body in the Snowdrift was honored with the Agatha Award for best novel of 2006

Katherine Hall Page is the author of twenty-three previous Faith Fairchild mysteries, the first of which received the Agatha Award for best first mystery. The Body in the Snowdrift was honored with the Agatha Award for best novel of 2006. Page also won an Agatha for her short story The Would-Be Widower. The recipient of the Malice Domestic Award for Lifetime Achievement, she has been nominated for the Edgar, the Mary Higgins Clark, the Maine Literary, and the Macavity Awards. She lives in Massachusetts and Maine with her husband. Библиографические данные.

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After the celebrations are over, Faith discovers a body in the woods near The Birches, an early . The body is identified as The Birches' housekeeper. The death is only one of the dramatic events upending the historic house.

After the celebrations are over, Faith discovers a body in the woods near The Birches, an early twentieth-century 'cottage. A family gathering has been called to decide who will inherit the estate that has been in the Proctor family for generations. With this much money involved, it's just a matter of time before trouble arises.

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Katherine Hall Page won an Agatha Award for her first Faith Fairchild mystery, The Body in the Belfry, and since that .

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 o. .Katherine Hall Page has delighted readers with her mysteries featuring the indomitable Faith Fairchild, professional caterer and amateur detective in quaint Aleford, Massachusetts. This time out, the crime occurs too close to home - Faith's own home She becomes the latest victim in a rash of neighborhood burglaries when thieves break in and clear out all her jewelry and silver.

Faith's catering business has been slow with the downturn of the economy, so when her friend Patsy Avery proposes that she take over the café at Aleford's Ganley Art Museum, it seems like a not-to-be-missed opportunity. And Patsy has an ulterior motive—she discovers that the Romare Bearden piece she lent the museum has been switched with a fake and wants Faith to snoop around to find the culprit.

Life at the museum doesn't stay calm for long and Faith is soon enmeshed in the Ganley's murky past and present as she struggles to make connections among apparently disparate items: the fake Bearden, Pepperidge Farm Goldfish crackers, and a Jane Doe corpse that turns up as an unintended part of an art installation. At home, son Ben, now in the hell known as middle school, becomes involved in a cyberbullying escapade and husband Tom wants his wife to morph into June Cleaver.

Her investigation takes Faith into Boston's art scene and historic Beacon Hill, as well as into the lives behind the façade of the Ganley's very proper board of trustees. She is at her wit's—and almost dead—end, as the killer strikes again, and again.


Reviews about The Body in the Gallery: A Faith Fairchild Mystery (Faith Fairchild Mysteries) (7):
Gogul
The Faith Fairchild novels are always good fun, combining a lot of food talk with fashion, family, friends and a credible mystery plot. I put the series on a par with the "Murder She Wrote" TV series - very good at what it does. The recipes included by the author are yummy, and I can't wait for the Faith Fairchild Cookbook. Because I've served as an art museum trustee, this entry was of particular interest to me, and the museum material was right on. The protagonist is likeable and believable, with enough foibles to make her real, and she never lets you down in the end.
Netlandinhabitant
Unlike earlier titles in the series, the latest Faith Fairchild mystery takes place close to home in Aleford, Massachusetts. Other reviewers have captured the plot; no need to recap that. I especially enjoy this series because the family dynamics are so real. Whether Faith is dealing with Tom's extended family (THE BODY IN THE SNOWDRIFT) or her own past (THE BODY IN THE BIG APPLE), the interplay among characters feels right on. In THE BODY IN THE GALLERY, Faith's relationship with her troubled teenaged son Ben has a great been-there-done-that feel to it. I can think of other series where the protagonist's family is just too perfect, which makes Katherine Hall Page's books such good reads--and I know that somehow Faith, Ben, Tom and the rest will survive Ben's adolescence--even with all of us watching from the sidelines. The issue of bullying is handled from an interesting point of view; so often the victim takes the forefront, but in this case not. Another thought-provoking book in a stellar series.
Thetalune
I didn't like this book from the start....mainly because of the way Faith acted. She made all the wrong decisions that anyone of sound mind would NOT make. I realize that the author has to move the plot, but come on..... If you suspected your painting had been stolen and a fake substituted, you would demand that it be pulled and examined IMMEDIATELY by those in charge ... and heads would roll. How stupid can you get?! And Faith repeatedly lying to Tom and ignoring the kids.....well shame on her. I was disappointed in Faith and disappointed in what had been a decent mystery series.
Arilak
I love all of the Faith Fairchild books. They show human kind like it really is--both good and bad. Kids are great but can be difficult for parents in different phases. Faith loves clothes, is a good cook and talented at untangling mysteries.
Vinainl
I will never miss one of her books! She's a great imaginative storyteller...Someday I may even try some of her really delicious sounding recipes. Highly recommend her easy to read whodunit!
Hiclerlsi
Intrepid Faith Fairchild is back again, cooking up a storm, solving a crime involving art theft and murder, including a bizarre combination of art and murder, as well as dealing with a troubled son in middle school, all with her usual aplomb.
Stoneshaper
I love the whole series. The focus is more on family and personal relationships than violence.
I have the full collection of Faith Fairchild's mysteries, this one was not one of her best, but a good read. Am looking forward to her next one, which looks like it will be another one away from home.

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