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from what was left of her, from the yellowed skin and sunken eyes and the sober-sided look she always wore.
He waited another minute, not touching her and not wanting to, and then he turned around, nodding slow. "I'm obliged, a heap obliged," he said to the women as he stepped back into the kitchen. "Don't see how anyone could do it nicer."
" She does look natural, don't she?" Mrs. Evans said. "We been saying how natural she looks. You come and eat now."
Lije Evans poked his head inside. "That there preacher dropped by, Dick, and Tadlock, too. You want to talk to the preacher?"
" No need for talk, I reckon," Summers said, but while he was saying it the preacher stepped in. He was tall and old and lean-looking, and hollow at the temples, and his face showed weather and worry over sinning. He had slicked himself up and put on a black coat that didn't go with the faded jeans cloth of his breeches. He held his hand out. His voice was old, too, and cracked-cracked maybe, Summers thought, from calling on sinners to come to Jesus.
" The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away."
Summers took the hand without speaking.
" My name is Weatherby, Joseph Weatherby, Brother Summers. I come from Indiany."
" That's all right."
The cracked voice said, "I feel that the Lord has guided me here, to this house of grief."
The words rolled out of his mouth, full-shaped and extra-ripe, as if being offered to the Lord. "Do not grieve. God works in mysterious ways."
At another time, Summers would have had to smile

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