As an old adage would put it, when you search for something that does not want to be found, chances are, you’ll be finding more than what you were prepared to bargain for. Small town detectives in Jack McCormac’s newest novel are bound to receive more than what was expected, as they devote their time and efforts in searching for murderers behind two ostensibly related deaths.
Seemingly ordinary couple, Jack and Fiona MacKay, take the responsibility to assist the police of Bonnie Glen in finding the murderers of two dead bodies found in separate intriguing situations, in Jack McCormac’s Fetching Fiona and the Sketching Detective Solve the Crisscross Murders.
Trip from trip, person to person, the MacKay couple exhaustively explores the various aspects of two murders, and discovers even more than what they were expecting to find.
This seventh book in the Sketching Detective series feeds the curiosity of its readers and allows the latter to be more involved in the investigations, as if they were actually right in the center of the search, by explicitly providing verbose information, and in other times accompanying the same with the detective’s sketches.