Katherine Hall Page, Agatha Award-winning mystery novelist

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Katherine Has Been Named MWA's 2024 Grand Master!!

"A thrill of a lifetime," she said upon hearing the news.

Link here:
MWA Announces 2024 Special Awards - Grand Masters and ellery Queen /recipient

The Body in the Web

Set against the pandemic as a backdrop, this was a hard book to write. Starred reviews from Library Journal plus the one from Bolo Books and the interview with Barbara Peters (Poisoned Pen) in the links below were validating, but your comments here and on FB have been best of all. Shared experiences expressed echo the book's theme: We Were—and Are—All In This Together.

Thank you, Katherine

The Body in the Web – The BOLO Books Review: Click here

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The Body in the Web

Set against the pandemic as a backdrop, the book begins on a sunny winter afternoon in mid January 2021 as Faith is reflecting back over life since March 2020.

But shortly after, Aleford is caught up in a Zoombombing incident at a public meeting that eventually turns deadly. It’s up to Faith to solve the crime while hampered by Covid protocols. Whip up a loaf of her recipe for Beer Bread—developed when no yeast was available on the shelves—and catch up with the Fairchild family and friends, a story of resilience and hope.

"The twenty-five mysteries that Katherine Hall Page has cooked up for her sleuth, Faith Fairchild, make for delectable reading. What a body of work! Dig in." -- Gregory Maguire, author of Wicked

"Katherine Hall Page is my favorite writer of the traditional mystery." - Harlan Coben

Katherine was honored with the 2022 Maine Writers and Publishers Crime Master Award!





New updates on all pages!

Don't forget to check the recipes and tour schedule pages. Let Katherine know which recipe is your favorite.

Small Plates

The response to Katherine's collection of short stories has been terrific. Here's Jacqueline Cutler's Star-Ledger review. You can get a copy of Small Plates from your favorite book seller, or from here.

An excerpt from one of the short stories is available here.

Katherine also has something else out now!

Katherine has an essay, "Sweet Auburn's Shades" in Dead in Good Company. Check it out here

Katherine loves to hear from readers. Click on Contact to send her your thoughts.


Don't forget to check out our updated recipe, media & book pages!


More news - Our media page has a number of radio and TV interviews that were part of the tour for 2009-2020 including Magic 106.7, WBCN, WBAI, and Library Lovefest

  • Please be sure to visit our newly-updated media / photo page for podcasts and more.
  • Page's entire backlist is in print, available from Avon Books as well as in large print from HarperLuxe, in eBook formats and many as an audio book from Dreamscape.
  • Katherine loves the site, www.teensreadstoo.com! The Body in the Sleigh is a featured selection. Her adult mysteries are suitable for teens. If you've come to my website, from Teens Read Too, have fun exploring. If you would like to drop me a line, you may do so from the contact page (links at top and bottom, and here)
  • She is now the first person in the history of Malice Domestic to win all three Agatha Awards: Best First Novel, Best Novel, and Best Short Story. Katherine was the Guest of Honor at Malice Domestic XVIII.
  • Check out Katherine's blog entry, Make Mine Murder, by clicking here

Librarians: a special Author's Note for you

Sisters in Crime Library Lottery

Monthly grants of $1,000 will be awarded to libraries (for general book acquisition).
For information on how to enter, visit www.sistersincrime.org


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