For years, Katherine Hall Page has delighted readers with her Faith Fairchild series, each book like a delicious, hearty meal. Now, Page has set out to satisfy a different appetite. Those who might prefer a collection of tasty little snacks are in luck! We are publishing Katherine's short story collection. Although most of these stories are about or involve everyone's fvorite caterer/sleuth Faith Fairchild, Page includes a few stand-alone favorites as well. "The Would-Be Widower," about a husband who longs to be rid of his wife, won the 2002 Agatha for Best Short Story. "Hiding Places" introduces a young wife whose new husband may not be all that he appears. And of course, there's always Faith: Faith on vacation with her husband, when a terrified woman knocks on their hotel room door looking to hide from her husband ("The Body in the Dunes"); Faith and her sister, Hope, counselling a bride-to-be who has a number of alarming "accidents" leading up to the big day ("Across the Pond"); Faith solving a generations-old mystery that has long been passed down in her husband's family ("The Proof is Always in the Pudding"); and in "Sliced," Faith is a judge on a reality TV cooking competition where one of the contestants is murdered.