below the river

Amy got an e-mail reply from Greg that same night:


Got your letter:

>I suspect that whatever Anna was looking at could be a major clue >in where she went to or in whatever happened to her. >Is there any way we could trace that link? Did anyone save her >history file from that last visit? Would you still have it?

No one that I know of saved the files. We didn't think it was that important. I can't trace her computer log unless I go into the system, and legally, I'd need a subpoena to do that. I take it that there is some reason why you are asking me to do this, rather than the campus police.

Let me know more about what is going on and I might be able to help you out a bit more. But right now, I am not sure that hacking the system is worth the trouble. What kind of lead do you have? Why would it matter which page Anna was on?

--Let me know

|Greg Phillips
\RCC Foothills
\\\ I knew three different ways
\\\\ of proving this result,
\\\\\but unfortunately
\\\\\\\ I chose a fourth way.
\\\\\\\\--- John von Neumann

Amy wished he had left a phone number, or some other way to contact him. Instead, she spent an hour typing in the history of Anna's web site from the summer, the letters she had found, the timing that lead her to think that somehow the web tied all the threads together. All she needed was the key link, the page that provided every connection.

in banks / below the river / changes inform / our breathing / thus we know / precisely what / matters

if there are / other waters / we can not / know them / all we see / in rivers / is their presence

Follow us all: Amy/Anna, Sophie/Yuki, Kit/Richard, minor characters or sift through water leavings and river journeys.