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That's the reason my company sent me here. " She gave a little laugh but she was troubled. " Dave shrugged. " "Well, 1-" She shook her head impatiently. "No, he wouldn't. I mean-. what for? He was busy and happy and successful. That was why I felt free to marry Phil. " Phil came back with a damp cloth and sopped up the spilled whiskey. "You trying to say Mr. " "Captain Herrera, the sheriff's office, the forestry department tell me the body should have been found Friday in the arroyo," Dave said.
It was"-she gave a little shrug and went back to the couch and sat down and picked up her glass-"a habit. His people were musical. He'd sung and played ever since he was old enough to make a noise. It was in his blood. " Her brown eyes warmed, recalling. "Sometimes, when the gloom grew gloomiest about the writing, he'd suddenly dust off his gui17 tar and sing all evening. Old songs, songs he made up himself. Friends would come in. We'd drink beer.... " She glanced at him wryly and away again. "Just mostly.
Well, they laughed till they cried. So did I. It was a total surprise to me. I'd never heard him do such a thing. He said afterward he never had. It was"-she breathed a 20 laugh and tossed her hands up--"just sheer, insane inspiration. "The next morning Hale phoned the ranch. He asked to talk to Fox. And with Dad listening in on the extensionit never fails-Hale said he'd been thinking over last night, and laughing over it, and what would Fox say to doing a radio program on KPIM. Sing, tell stories, play records.