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He began to lie carefully. "I saw Nicky Needham just before he left England, Mrs. Deane. He said that if ever I found myself in the neighbourhood of the Dower House I was to introduce myself and give you his regards and good wishes."
" It's kind of you to have called," she said. She brought a box of cigarettes; offered him one. She closed the box and replaced it on the mantelpiece. O'Day had the impression that she was waiting for him to say something; that she was on her guard.
He said: "This is a most interesting old house. Don't you find it rather lonely living here, Mrs. Deane?"
She shook her head. "I like it." She smiled at him. "Sometimes one gets very tired of people. I find it quite pleasant to be alone. If I want company I can always ask my friends to come and see me."
O'Day nodded. He thought that he didn't like the way this interview was going; that it wasn't going to be easy to pump Mrs. Deane; that it looked as if she might almost be prepared for the process. He thought she was sufficiently sophisticated to make pleasant conversation if she wanted to; that she didn't want to. She was passing the buck back to him.
He lighted the cigarette. He took plenty of time over the process. He thought he might as well try forcing tactics; otherwise he would get nowhere.
He said: "Forgive the personal note, Mrs. Deane. But I know that Nicky wanted to marry you and that you turned him down. He told me so." He smiled at her. "I was surprised at Nicky proposing to anyone. I never saw him as a would-be husband. But now

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