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Depending. Alternating current, for example, is more dangerous than direct current. Salt water is a better conductor than fresh.

The very statement that Teresa had gone back to the country made Ofelia believe that the jinetera was lying low in Havana in the rooms of her friends. Calling from the DeSoto, Ofelia tried the numbers Rufo had listed for Daysi and Susy, and when neither phone answered, Ofelia called Bias.

It all depends. If there was contact, there would be a burn. Farther away, a person might only experience a tingle in his extremities. But the heart and the respiratory center of the brain are regulated by electrical impulses and an electrical shock can initiate fibrillations without necessarily causing trauma to tissue.

And there would be burn marks?

Ofelia was suspicious." What will you do in the meantime?"

It's not like a bolt of lightning but yes-the doctor agreed with her-"if a live wire falls into water, there would obviously be a charge."

You could put it that way, Bias finally said.

Have you matched it to the body yet?

Meaning, Ofelia said, "that somewhere between too near and too far to a live wire in water, a victim could suffer a heart attack and there would be no entry or exit mark, no burns, absolutely nothing?"

A Russian named Mostovoi has a picture of a dead rhinoceros I want to take a look at.

It all depends. If there was contact, there would be a burn. Farther away, a person might only experience a tingle in his extremities. But the heart and the respiratory center of the brain are regulated by electrical impulses and an electrical shock can initiate fibrillations without necessarily causing trauma to tissue.

Because he didn't show it to me before.

It depends. Submerged in water, power is diffused exponentially depending on the distance from the source. Then there is the size and physical condition of the victim, and the peculiarities of each individual heart.

It depends. Submerged in water, power is diffused exponentially depending on the distance from the source. Then there is the size and physical condition of the victim, and the peculiarities of each individual heart.

Only if he touched the line. I've seen bodies in tubs with a hair dryer, same thing. Look at her-the baron gave Ofelia an approving nod-"like she understands every word."

Because he didn't show it to me before.

Meaning, Ofelia said, "that somewhere between too near and too far to a live wire in water, a victim could suffer a heart attack and there would be no entry or exit mark, no burns, absolutely nothing?"

Why didn't you say so before?

There was a silence at the doctor's end. Traffic rattled on the Malecon. Arkady seemed to be enjoying his cigarette enormously.

The very statement that Teresa had gone back to the country made Ofelia believe that the jinetera was lying low in Havana in the rooms of her friends. Calling from the DeSoto, Ofelia tried the numbers Rufo had listed for Daysi and Susy, and when neither phone answered, Ofelia called Bias.

Have you matched it to the body yet?

And there would be burn marks?

There was a silence at the doctor's end. Traffic rattled on the Malecon. Arkady seemed to be enjoying his cigarette enormously.

Everything in context. Where would a neumatico encounter an electrical wire in the middle of the sea? There was a burst of static and Bias changed the subject." Have you seen the Russian?"

Why didn't you say so before?

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