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The Body in the Basement

A Faith Fairchild Mystery

by Katherine Hall Page

  • 385 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Avon .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages368
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7433105M
ISBN 100380723395
ISBN 109780380723393


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Not only does the novel take place in the fictional summer resort of Sanpere Island, Maine (like No. 3 in the series, The Body in the Kelp, but the sleuth in this one is Faith /5(12).

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The Body in the Basement, the sixth volume in Katherine Hall Page's cozy mystery series featuring amateur sleuth Faith Fairchild. Pix Miller, Faith Fairchild's next-door neighbor, expects to find more than a hole in the ground when she goes to check on the progress of the summer cottage the Fairchilds are having built on Maine's Sanpere Island.

I recently treated myself to a Kindle, and the basement (with its annoying lowercase title) was the first ebook I decided to read with it. I chose this book for two reasons: it was at the top of the bestsellers list with great reviews, and it was a bargain at just 71p/5.

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If the contractor had been on schedule (but what contractor is?) the body in the basement of Faith Fairchild and her husband Tom's new summer cottage on Maine's Sanpere Island would never have been discovered.

The concrete would have been poured and Pix Miller, Faith's friend and Aleford neighbor, would not have noticed the corner of a red and white quilt in the dirt.3/5(1). This is a powerful -- and hopeful -- story. Child abuse, like slavery and genocide, is one of mankind's great horrors, and therefore hard to turn into literature without going too far.

The balance between honoring the reality of the victim's experience without becoming unbearable is delicate, especially when writing for children, but author Susan Shaw gets it right.4/5.