"It's not that straightforward, no," Catriona said. It usually wasn't, when it came to card reading or Divination as a whole. "I guess we'll have to wait and see."
She wasn't very good at that. Waiting and seeing. She wanted to do things. Maybe not in the way that Libby did, never being able to stay in one place, but focusing, making things happen, even if they weren't the most exciting ones. Even paperwork had a reason, in that sense.
"They asked me if I wanted to step down," she admitted. "But I don't. I'm going to sort this one out, and whoever did it won't hurt anyone else. I'll see to that."
Like nobody had done with David. Everyone knew who had killed him, but he'd gone free for years afterwards. Still would have, had it not been for the battle, and all that came with it.