By Philip Wylie
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Suppose they never find it? Suppose there--isn't any body! " Aggie said with a voice that was blisteringly quiet. " CHAPTER 7 Aggie Plum stopped his Aunt's station wagon at the side of the road and scrutinized Upper Lake. It was a typical mountain lake--two miles long, possibly-shoaling into an extensive sphagnum bog. On the end near the main highway there were miniature cliffs; the water below them had a blue luminosity that indicated depth. On the far side were several cottages. Two large rowboats were moving slowly upon the lake surface.
He forked up a mouthful of salad and she warned him it would drop on his beard. He scowled at her--and--the salad dropped. "Most perfunctory thing you ever saw! Held in a room in the City Hall in Parkawan. Doctor's reports--death by blow from log. He died some time the night we got here, definitely. I, personally, believe that deadfall was put up at the same time. " Sarah gazed at him. This was a tidbit of news. "You do? " he answered crossly. "The plants the two dead trees fell on--and the plants trampled around there.
I generally go alone in this world. And I sneaked up, besides. " Aggie paddled among the islands near the beach. They could hear voices and splashing. But they were still out of sight and the islands were very quiet, as was the water between them. He was thinking about what she had said. Up ahead, a hundred or more yards, he saw the bow of a rowboat. As he took another stroke, the boat's occupant came into view. It was Dr. Davis. He was making a long, minute search of the region opposite to theirs.
Corpses at Indian Stones by Philip Wylie