The Body in the Lighthouse (Mass Market Paperbound)
Something was very wrong on Sanpere this summer . . .
To escape the misery of a sweltering August in Aleford, Massachusetts, caterer and minister's wife Faith Fairchild and her family head for their cottage on Maine's peaceful Sanpere Island in Penobscot Bay. But things have changed since their last visit. An aggressive developer is moving forward on plans that will destroy the unique ambience of the island, infuriating residents. Tensions are running dangerously high, and soon murder rears its hideous head. Faith discovers a corpse while exploring the grounds of Sanpere's historic lighthouse. With fear running rampant and volatile emotions approaching the detonation point, the intrepid sleuth must track down a killer for the sake of a friend and the island she loves.
About the Author
Katherine Hall Page is the author of twenty-one 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." In addition, she has been nominated for the Edgar Award, the Mary Higgins Clark Award, and the Macavity Award. She lives in Massachusetts and Maine with her husband.
“The author writes with grace and gentle wit, expertly weaving all her material together into a satisfying whole.”
“Page’s young sleuth is a charmer.”
-New York Times Book Review
“Page’s eye for detail adds to the appeal of a book best read to the sound of the surf.”
“Faith is a gem.”
-Globe and Mail (Toronto)
“Enchanting. . . . Page’s style is entertaining and unpretentiously cultured.”
-Portland Press Herald
“An expert at the puzzle mystery.”
-Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel
“This highly entertaining series effectively mixes modern-day moral dilemmas with charm, warmth, and humor.”
“This whodunit provides fully satisfying fare for a cold winter’s night around the fire.”
“Faith’s fans are sure to be pleased.”
“Page’s literary concoction is satisfying and surprisingly delicious.”
-Los Angeles Times
“As cozy as any hand-knit shawl.”