Book Reviews of The Body in the Cast

The Body in the Cast
The Body in the Cast
Author: Katherine Hall Page
ISBN-13: 9780312097554
ISBN-10: 0312097557
Publication Date: 11/1993
Pages: 276
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: St Martins Pr
Book Type: Hardcover
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This is one of the "Body" series, a Faith Fairchild murder mystery- a very delectable series indeed. All is going well until Faith is accused of food poisoning. With her reputation on the talbe, Faith starts her own investigation, and runs right into murder most foul.
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Part of "The Body in the ...." series. Great mystery. Main character is a caterer and book includes some recipes.
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From back of book:

The quite little New England town of Aleford is already in the grips of a wickedly exciting local election when they're bombarded by a California movie company filming a modern-day version of The Scarlet Letter. The arrival of the quirky troupe turns out to be a red-letter day for Faith Fairchild, who is hired to cater to the talented tantrum-throwers with the best of her culinary delights.

All is going well until an accusation of food poisoning is raised -- and leveled right at Faith's kitchen. With her famous Black Bean Soup in question, and her professional reputation on the table. Faith lauches her own investigation, and runs smack into a murder most foul... and some morsels of information that could prove lethal.

Recipes included.
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There seems to be nothing Faith Fairchild can't do. Gourmet cook, mother, minister's wife, master sleuth...
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Hollywood has come to town--and FAith Fairchild has to feed it! Hired to cater meals for the movie crew that is filming a modern-day version of the Scarlet Letter in the tiny New England village of Alefored, Faith is eager to treat the talented tantrum-throwers to the best of her culinary delights. But an accusation that her famous Black Bean Soup is poison has left a bad taste in Faith's mouth. Her exploration into the source of the nasty slander leads the amateur investigator behind the scenes to a shocking off-camera murder. And suddenly more then Faith's reputation is at stake--her life itself could end up on the cutting room floor.