It’s a battle over inheritance when the family dukes it out over who gets The Birches. It’s better than TV as the island soap opera begins, but it turns tragic as people begin to die.
Author: Katherine Hall Page
Francesca Rossi and her husband have opened a cooking school in Italy, and Tom suggests a visit to celebrate their anniversary. It’s a beautiful start until murder.
On Tom and Faith’s 20th anniversary, it’s a flashback to a month after The Body in the Big Apple when Faith will have to Have Faith that life up in the wilds of Massachusetts won’t be so bad
Bonding with the in-laws, an embezzling Tom Fairchild, and nasty letters hearkening back to a murder in the 1920s keep everyone on their toes.
The body in the bog is almost the least of the problems facing Faith Fairchild as Aleford celebrates Patriots’ Day while battling evil land developers.
A wrenching Christmas in Sanpere when Faith Fairchild discovers a body in the sleigh and a newborn babe appears in a manger, the events revealing the truth.
Triumph turns to tragedy as Barbara Bishop’s Agatha Christie-like plot churns away as Faith Fairchild cooks the meals and investigates for the truth.
Pranks, theft, and murder contrive to destroy the Fairchild celebration. That bad feeling Faith Fairchild has only escalates when she learns she may be next.
A hidden diary from the past reveals horrors that taint the house on Brattle Street even as Tom Fairchild wrestles with a crisis of conscience.
Sabotage is spreading across the island, protesting the McMansions going up, turning Sanpere into another tourist trap, and Faith gets pulled in to the mysteries.