Jane Whitefield is a Native American guide who leads people out of the wilderness--not the tree-filled variety but the kind created by enemies who kill.  She is in the solitary business of helping the desperate disappear.  Jane knows all the tricks, ancient and modern; in fact, she has invented several of them herself.

“What are you, anyway––a detective? a lawyer? “

“A guide.”

“Guide? That’s a new one on me.”

“Sometimes people need help. I sometimes give it to them. . . “

“Me too . . .” Finally, he called out to her. “Is this a woman thing?”

She stopped and looked at him. “No. Sometimes the victim is a man. Sometimes the guide is, too.” She smiled at him. “Or an animal, or just a figment of somebody’s imagination.”

--Vanishing Act

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