Essentially this becomes a family story with love and marriage. A serious problem occurs when her trust in her husband's fidelity hangs in the balance. That being happily resolved their honeymoon existence becomes more perfect than ever. The coming of children and all that results from their delight in their new lives together brings joy and fulfilment. A new job for Joanna in an estate agency improves their lot.In viewing a house she is threatened with rape. She avoids such a fate; the man suffers a head injury and dies. A coroner's verdict exonerates her. Given a holiday by her employer she recovers. They make new friends who suggest visiting a Scottish whirlpool.Her boss brings a fresh interest; an unusual house sale idea had cropped up. Were the spirits of the dead owners haunting the house in question? Investigation follows. A doctor's death certificate is involved and police and coroner's work become necessary. Exhumation suggests murder. Time passes. Children grow. A holiday plan involves the Corryvregen whirlpool and they visit Scotland. Jim, their eldest, teaches his Dad the road north and is rewarded with new information. They marvel at Edinburgh city and the region around with its remarkable history. Further north a visit to the whirlpool provides enough horror and return to normality is a relief when they visit the old 'Cradle of Christianity' in the Isle of Iona. The journey home is most welcome. The police inspector is unhappy. A new slant occurs in the haunted house matter that may threaten the new owners. An elder son of the deceased owners appears from Australia and quietly devises a plan to inherit the house. His plan miscarries with a violent motor accident. The murder file is closed. Family life continues.