Book Reviews of The Body in the Lighthouse (Faith Fairchild, Bk 13)

The Body in the Lighthouse (Faith Fairchild, Bk 13)
The Body in the Lighthouse - Faith Fairchild, Bk 13
Author: Katherine Hall Page
ISBN-13: 9780380978441
ISBN-10: 038097844X
Publication Date: 4/29/2003
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: William Morrow
Book Type: Hardcover
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Great series of mysteries.
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Faith never disappoints.
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I really enjoy this series.
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All of K.H. Page's mysteries are top notch!
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I did enjoy reading this book, but the characters were not as interesting as I would have liked.
The plot was not very compelling, but it makes for a nice light read..
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Another nice cozy by Katherine Hall Page. Unfortunately, it was a hardcover and very difficult for me to hang on too but too good not to finish it up. ;o)))
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Beautiful Gift Book. I have Hardback Books 11 and 16 in new and beautiful condition posted.
When caterer Faith Fairchild leaves the Massachusetts parsonage where her husband is pastor for a new summer cottage on Sanpere Island in Maine, she's not prepared for its woefully unfinished state. But that allows her family to stay with her friend Pix's lovely and wise mother, Ursula, who knows everyone on the island. With an environmental group fighting hard--and sometimes nastily--to keep development at bay, the apparent drowning of a developer at the foot of the picturesque lighthouse raises questions. Through a summer full of set pieces--the local theater production of Romeo and Juliet, the ancient family feuds, the natives who eschew even electricity, and the siren lure of Home Depot--another murder and other mysteries unfold. Through it all, Faith cooks, keeps her arms around her children and stalwart spouse, and gets a hefty dose of local color, recipes included. Pleasant cozy fare, I love casting the environmentalists as shady dudes because it is not what I expected. It adds an interesting twist to the story.