Criss Cross

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Spoilt society girl Cressida Barker-Powell plans to murder her unbearable mother-in-law. But when she arrives at the scene, she finds the old woman already dead. Obviously her best pal, Monica, has carried out the deed for her. Cressida decides to show her gratitude by killing off Monica’s philandering husband. After all, that’s what Monica wanted, right? Wrong More
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About Caron Allan

Caron Allan writes cozy murder mysteries as well as not-so-cozy mysteries. Caron lives in Derby, England with her husband and two grown-up children. Caron is deeply interested in history and literature, and has a bachelor's degree in those joint subjects.

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The first of Caron's diary-based, hitchcockesque trilogy, Criss Cross (Posh Hits)was published in 2013, with the second, Cross Check, appearing in 2014. the third and final volume in the series is due out in 2015 and will likely be called Check Mate unless anything strange or unexpected happens int he meantime!

Also due out in 2015 is the first of a new series of cozy mysteries, Miss Burkett Changes Her MInd, set in 1960s Britain, and featuring newbie sleuth, Josephine Burkett. There are also plans to release stand-alone novels in 2015 and 2016.

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Review by: TheMissDahling on June 10, 2015 :
Loved it from start to finish!
(review of free book)

Review by: Douglas Spencer Wallis on Feb. 12, 2015 :
Now this a tremendous read, the heroine is completely without morals when it comes to planning the death of her mother in law, the husband of her best friend and anyone else who upsets her. The story is told through the diary of this spoilt rich chick who puts into action and words what I am sure many a gal thinks privately, with the ensuing chaotic results. You really should not like her, but you find yourself wishing her every success in her increasingly bizarre schemes and personal entanglements. It is written with panache and flows along dragging you into her world with ease. A most enjoyable book.
(review of free book)

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