Jack McCormac establishes an amusing surface to match the demand of the curious by bringing not only wit and humour, but intelligent thrill-seeking as well.
At a time when horror is deemed part of occasional celebration, mystery swoops in and brings forth investigations for crisscross murders, as never been told before. Jack McCormac’s Fetching Fiona and the Sketching Detective Solve the Crisscross Murders delivers the author’s brilliant sense of humour, without deviating from the thrill expected in solving a mystery --- or in this case, two interrelated mysteries.
Set in the town of Bonnie Glen, the MacKay detectives --- Fiona and Jack, take on another adventure: this time tackling eerie murder scenes in the midst of Halloween. Coincidence? The story, as narrated from Jack’s point of view remains entertaining, despite having quite a dark theme, through witty repartees and on point banters from the main protagonists.