Daisy Sutherland was born in the Alberta town of Tamarack — west of Glory and north of the Montana border. A burned-out, big-city reporter, she's come home to work on her father's weekly paper, writing about the familiar world of strawberry socials, rodeos and council meetings, instead of murder and corruption.
But Daisy is forced to revise those fond memories of her hometown after a shoot-out on the nearby Blackfoot reserve. Two men are dead — one a cop, the other a local troublemaker. And no one is talking. . .
Daisy turns to the one man who might be willing to share what he knows. Ben Goodstriker. He's a rancher, a rodeo man. . . and he's also the shooter's cousin. But Ben isn't sure whom to trust. His family and friends? The cops? Or the lovely and persistent Ms. Daisy Sutherland?