Betty works doubly hard to clear a man's good name after she has reasons to believe that he is innocent in False Witness.
Several women who went to Webster House for job interviews end up molested. But for some reasons, they refuse to report the incidents to the police.
When lecturer Leslie Jessup meets with a similar experience, she is initially reluctant to go to the police. However, at Betty's encouragement, she goes for an identification parade
She picks a man, Tucker, who only got into town two weeks ago, a bit too late to have committed the previous crimes. As Leslie gets more adamant that it's Tucker, Betty begins to believe that she's lying.
A Mexican cop, retired prematurely because of a gun shot wound, forms a vigilance force to protect his Mexican neighbourhood against a gang of extortionists. To slop him from interfering in their activities, one of the gang kills the cop's son as a warning.
The cop's cry for vengeance cannot be stopped until Barnaby steps in to settle things.
Betty is suspected of killing her two cousins so that she may grab the family's fortune all for herself.
First, cousin Donald dies and Betty decides to investigate the death. But as she goes about it, she is being kept under surveillance by a private investigator named William Torkington, employed by an Insurance company.
Torkington comes up with reasons to believe that Betty killed Donald and that she will continue to kill other relatives who might stand in the way of a family inheritance.