The Swick and the Dead: Loch Lonach Mysteries, Book 2. (469 pages)
It's natural for human beings to want to feel good about themselves, so it should come as no surprise that most good people find it hard to say no to a good cause, even if the whole thing looks just a little too good to be true.
After finding the body of a murdered colleague, amateur sleuth Ginny Forbes agrees to assist the police in their investigation. Her efforts bring her to the attention of the shadowy figure behind the pipeline of death running from south of the border to her home on the banks of Loch Lonach. The resulting conflict puts Ginny squarely in the line of fire, forcing her to choose between common sense and courage.