The Cherry on Top of Bloody Murders

Bloody Murders

They say that marriage is a life sentence, though not everyone gets to enjoy what it really means. In his latest venture, McCormac adds fun in the marriage of his two main protagonists as they take on the peculiar cases of two crisscross murders.

Albeit primarily being a fictional investigative book, Jack McCormac’s Fetching Fiona and the Sketching Detective Solve the Crisscross Murders goes beyond the pigeonhole of the genre and interjects an adequate amount of humour and rationalization, with the exciting partnership between Fiona and Jack on the side.

The writing of the exchange of dialogues between the couple is just as exciting as it is inspiring, especially so when they go head to head with apparently contradicting facts in the pursuance for the truth behind the murders in Bonnie Glen.

6 Comments on “The Cherry on Top of Bloody Murders”

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