Tragedies in small towns would usually point to each and every person as the possible suspect, when geographically and relatively speaking, anyone and everyone could be interested in everyone else’s fortune. The small town of Bonnie Glen is put in the spotlight as two consecutive murders prove to be related to each other and are presented in ways too tragic for description.
Married couple Fiona and Jack MacKay search for all possible connections leading them to the truth behind the murders of two men in the town of Bonnie Glen, in Jack McCormac’s Fetching Fiona and the Sketching Detective Solve the Crisscross Murders. Because of the compactness of their town, so many complications become involved in the search, such that pointing fingers to just one person becomes irrational to do.
Author Jack McCormac’s latest novel runs in challenging tides, but at the same time puts in leisurely elements to balance out the equilibrium. Fetching Fiona certainly makes a good combo out of humour and murders beyond funeral puns, through the fortunate and unfortunate journey of the MacKay detectives.