At the biannual Highland Games in the small Texas town of Daunder, bagpipe player Nigel Pauley is ruthlessly stabbed with a sgian dubh, a knife pipers wear as part of their costume. Carl Geiger, a fellow piper and Nigel’s sworn enemy, is the prime suspect. After all, he’d been seen arguing with Nigel just hours before he turned up dead.
Carl didn’t do it, but convincing the voluptuous deputy sheriff in charge of the investigation is another matter, which is further complicated by the growing attraction between them. In order to prove his innocence, Carl is determined to find out who actually murdered Nigel, and why. But the deeper he digs, the more people he discovers who might have wanted Nigel dead. Nigel’s last-minute act before he died may lead Carl to Nigel’s murderer—or to his own death.
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About the Author
Jennifer Lewis Williams, a recently retired lawyer, spent the last twenty years handling criminal cases, and believes she has insight about why criminals do what they do and why some individuals betray those closest to them. A Kansas native, she resides in a Dallas suburb with her furry friends: a cantankerous and moody Chihuahua and a rescued Siamese cat. She is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Southwest Chapter, Sisters in Crime (national), and Sisters in Crime North Dallas. She loves reading science fiction, mysteries, and tales about the Old West.