It's 1990, and Faith Sibley is a single young woman leading a glamorous life in New York City. But when she meets the Reverend Thomas Fairchild it's love at first sight, and before she knows it her life is changing drastically. To begin with, she's beckoned north to chilly New England to visit her prospective in-laws, not all of whom welcome her with open arms. Then her new assistant, Francesca, appears to be hiding a family secret with roots in Italy; and her sister, Hope, becomes the target of a plot to derail her high-stakes financial career. Most of all, someone out there is dead set on making sure that Faith doesn't reach the altar. Before it's too late, she needs to figure out who is trying to sabotage the weddingby eliminating the bride!
About the Author
Katherine Hall Page is the author of twenty-one previous Faith Fairchild mysteries and a collection of short fiction, Small Plates. She has won multiple Agatha Awards and 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.
“This fun yet intelligent and layered look at the story behind a favorite series will be devoured by fans and attract new readers.”
“Includes recipes, menus, drink concoctions and much charm.”
“A smooth and seamless read . . . In the same way that Faith delivers delectable food to her clients, Ms. Page provides a gourmet treat for cozy mystery lovers.”
-New York Journal of Books
“Despite the fact that this is a murder mystery...the narrative warms with a sweetness rarely found in the genre. And it’s more rare and more pleasurable because this quality doesn’t resolve into a high-fructose gooey glob.”
-Asbury Park Press
“Fans of the Faith Fairchild series will probably be over the moon for this prequel that lovingly details how Faith met her husband . . . and then follows every calorie, fabric and gift of her glamorous upper-crust wedding preparations.”
“A rollicking adventure of intrigue and suspense, plus . . . it’s a lot of fun catching up with the past fun and shenanigans that Faith always manages to find herself embroiled in, and this is a very fitting way to celebrate such a huge milestone for this mystery series.”
-Times Record News (Wichita Falls, Texas)
“Readers ... should accept the homecoming invitation extended in The Body in the Boudoir [and] the retro fun of perusing a vintage wedding menu, shopping at Bergdorf’s bridal salon and having tea at the Palm Court in the Plaza Hotel.”
-New York Times Book Review