By Nevada Barr
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Harry felt for a carotid. "We checked first thing," Gary said. "She'd been dead awhile, I'd guess. She was sort of cold. " Ruick handed Anna his flashlight and she trained it along with hers on the corpse as he carefully turned it over. As the body rolled onto its back, Gary looked away. He'd seen what was there and made the choice not to see it again. Anna looked from the seasonal ranger back to the body then wished she'd followed his lead, traded the sight of the woman's face for the scrap of sky Gary studied.
Rory looked like he'd just been treated to Purina's finest. When he settled back to earth he began to chatter. "I thought you were dead. You and Joan. I heard that growling and I came back—honest to God I came back. But the bear was huge. I mean huge. Like a polar bear. So I—I knew I had to get help—" "Easy, son, time for that later. You've had the whole park looking for you for nearly two days. " Harry didn't sound like one of those glad individuals. He came across as brusque and crabby. Anna noticed the hikers, not yet properly thanked for their heroic role in the saga, exchange a glance of disapproval.
Bear'd been feeding on her," Gary explained disjointedly, eyes still fixed on a place only the gods call home. His words pattered meaninglessly. Anna and Harry were locked in their own horror show. Half of the woman's face was gone. From just above her left eyebrow down to her jaw was a red ragged mass. Cheekbone and teeth were exposed, bone and enamel crusted brown with dried blood. The eyeball was still in its socket, staring in cloudy malevolence, the flesh around it eaten away. Eaten. Anna pushed closer, knelt beside Harry and shined both lights on the carnage.
Blood Lure by Nevada Barr