In the same way that best dishes are served, the most notable literary pieces are those that are able to combine several elements that would make an original even more distinct. Jack McCormac once again tells the story of the adventures of the MacKay detectives, with the right amount of what makes a remarkable piece.
Everyday circumstances present to most of us the need to search for the truth. While the need to do so presents itself in stern situations, the reality is that life offers gentle moments to balance the equilibrium. This may appear to be the formula used by Jack McCormac in his latest offering, Fetching Fiona and the Sketching Detective Solve the Crisscross Murders.
It is typical for books that tackle murders to appear slightly off the comic scale, yet McCormac, through the narrative of the MacKay detectives, breaks protocol and delivers a humorous attack on the crisscross murders in the town of Bonnie Glen. Its main characters, Fiona and Jack MacKay, brings its readers to a journey full of insight as to what married couples who work together actually go through, while analysing overlapping facts they come across with.