By Ellis Peters
Whilst the tomb of Jan Treverra is opened to bare lately lifeless our bodies, neither of that's Treverra's, Detective Inspector George Felse, on vacation within reach, steps in to enquire the murders. Reprint.
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This view was shared by the medical examiner the police summoned to look over the body. The ME pronounced that Jacqui had died of natural causes. But of what sort of natural cause? Jacqui’s sister wanted to know if she’d been sick or had a coronary, and she asked to have an autopsy performed. The body was taken to the medical examiner’s office, and one of the doctors there undertook the slow, careful examination of every inch of flesh and expanse of inner organ. Not long after this second medical examiner began his autopsy, he noticed something the original ME had not.
I could see why that allegation had angered her, for the picture showed a voluptuous teenager with a proud smile, long, flowing dark hair, and a majestic arms-akimbo, chest-forward stance. ” I murmured. ” “No. She was big. And strong. And one of the things I never understood was how Ricardo managed to overwhelm her. I guess it was because she was so innocent, so good-hearted, that violence was beyond her imagination. ” Judy was filled with memories of Natalie. How they’d met at summer camp when they were little.
I didn’t believe, still don’t, in that kind of ex post facto reasoning, though I’d heard it often enough from friends in thrall to inferior psychotherapists. But McEwan, as it turned out, didn’t mean that Jacqui was self-destructive. “Take it easy,” he said. “You’re getting on the wrong trolley. I don’t think your friend wanted to die. I’m just saying there’s a kind of tango between victimizers and their victims. I’m just saying that in a lot of these cases, you find a man who wants someone he can take from, and a woman who wants someone she can give to.
A Nice Derangement of Epitaphs (Felse, Book 4) by Ellis Peters