The Case Notes of P.I. James: The Tracking

by John Steckey

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James gets up slowly and stretches.  He saunters to the door, doing light arm exercises while so doing.  As he exits, he takes out his camera, and plays with it as if he were planning to take nature pictures.  Nothing special here to take notice of.  Just another nature photographer.

He steps slowly into the woods, stops and pretends to takes pictures as he walks down the well-worn path.  He searches for signs of his prey, then stops.  He stares towards a mostly-hidden clearing with only a deer trail leading to it.  Max’s sports bag had carried a big, soft blanket.   He turns on the video function of his camera, and then comments, “I would never have suspected that they were nature lovers.”



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