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I took a good long look at you tonight. I could almost read your mind. I know more about these people than you ever will--and that helped me. You thought that Waite might have done this. You considered Danielle. Bill Calder, of course. Beth--maybe. That trip to Garnet Knob might have had something to do with it all. " "Oke. Maybe she was going to confess. Jim spoiled her mother's life. Then--you wondered about this Bogarty guy. Who was he? Where was he? I wonder about him too. You were also scrutinizing Doc Davis in a most anthropological way.
Five strokes took him out of earshot and twenty out of sight, around the first of several small islands. " Ralph exclaimed. " Beth was sitting quite still, staring at the widening wake. She pulled off her bathing cap and shook her black hair in the sunlight. "We've got that little guy all wrong," she said. " Mrs. Drayman agreed--in a way. " Beth went on talking, as if to herself: "No. Not little. Not anything like what I thought. " Wes Wickman, the state trooper, who had read one of Aggie's books at college, could have given a partial answer; Aggie had learned it seal-hunting in kayaks, pushing dugouts into the Everglades and up the reaches of the Amazon, and raging through Alaskan white water in canoes like the one that had just vanished.
If I'd known what Calder was going to cause Dad to do--I'd have shot him myself. " Danielle was entering through the French doors in the billiard room. Aggie watched her. His answer to Jack was offhand. "I can imagine how you felt. Still-your father shouldn't have done--what he did. " He stumbled on his words. Here he was, again blundering into embarrassment with Jack. "Sorry, fellow. " Jack's eyes shone. "It's okay, Aggie. " Danielle was coming toward them. Her words, spoken to carry halfway across the lounge, were bold.
Advanced Jazz Conception for Saxophone (Sequel to Jazz Conception for Saxophone Volume 1) by Lennie Niehaus