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Tag her and bag her," Randy Thigpen said. Anna'd forgotten he was there. She chose to forget again. "We'll get her covered up," Paul Davidson replied. " Anna asked. "Ambulance? " "Steven Hayne at Mississippi Mortuary in Rankin," Davidson said and added, "Have 'em send an ambulance, I guess. All Dwight's got is an old pickup he uses to haul wood. " Anna called dispatch for an ambulance, then radioed Chief Ranger Brown. He'd been instrumental in hiring her, but the call was more than just courtesy or toadying.

Rather than waste breath arguing the obvious, Anna made an cxccutive decision she knew she'd pay for later but, hell, in for a penny... "Randy," she cut him off. "I need you to go back to the ranger station. " She went on to list all the things in the evidence collection kit that he hadn't bothered to bring. Its absence didn't make her think worse of him. Murder in the parks, any crime that required intricate collection of trace evidence for that matter, was rare. Rangers were trained in it, but without cause to use those skills, most lost them.

Fries catfish in some kind of batter that Chez Paul would die for. " Walking just ahead of Anna through an infestation of kudzu that smelled disconcertingly like grape Nehi, Stilwell said: "He'd've had contact with the Poseys when renewing their lease, I guess. Other than that I can't say. Why? " Anna laughed. " She wasn't precisely compiling a list of suspects, but Thigpen was an irresistible target. Like a needle to True North, her suspicions turned to sexists and sloths. Wishful thinking. Most sexists and sloths lacked the intellectual acuity or energy to commit crimes of much intricacy.

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