Review for Cross Check:
"This is the funniest story I've read in a long time. We follow along as Cressida helps family and friends solve some annoying issues. How does she do that, you ask? Murder, pure and simple...sometimes not so simple. The ending of this book two of the series is dramatic for all, but especially for Cressida."
Cressida Barker-Powell, spoiled society girl and recent widow is back, and back with a vengeance. She is making a list and cross-checking it twice. If you're on her list, you're dead. No ifs. No buts. No maybes. She's making the world a better place for the few people she cares about, and if someone's got to die to make that happen, so be it.
But with a new man in her life, a baby on the way and two small children to care for, it's not easy to fit in her murderous activities. At the same time, she yearns to be a better person for the sake of her impromptu family. If only she could just get rid of a few more unpleasant people, then she could get back to being the earth-mother and matchmaker she knows is her true gift.
Find out just how Cressida juggles poisonings and suffocations with ante-natal clinic appointments and the school run in this, the second of the Friendship Can Be Murder trilogy.
As in the first book, Criss Cross, Cressida uses her journal to plot murder and analyse her feelings.
Buy Cross Check to continue the saga of murder, romance and what to read at bedtime to your small stepdaughter.
The second story in the Friendship Can Be Murder trilogy