Small town woes can become big time dilemmas, especially when issues of fortune surround the mysterious and consecutive demises of two prominent figures in Bonnie Glen.
Jack McCormac’s Fetching Fiona and the Sketching Detective Solve the Crisscross Murders, the seventh in the Sketching Detective series, does not aim to merely impress its readers, but successfully breaks through to express the rigorous work in solving not just one, but two, murder cases and the other peculiar things discovered in between.
Being the ones who primarily discovered the dead body guised as a witch in time for a Halloween party, the MacKay couple had to wear their detective hats as they could not resist the need to figure out who conceived such murder. Not long after that, another murder criss-crosses into the picture, igniting more interest in the detectives. Bearing two dead bodies in a short span of time, Jack and Fiona discover truths by circling into every one whose connection to the victims calls for question in the small town of Bonnie Glen.
Verbose as it may appear at first, McCormac’s latest offering does not shy away from going into the shabby details of the investigations on the crisscross murders --- making the venture more appealing to those craving for bloody detail appropriate for the theme.