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to do it. So I'm trying to do it. Because when a client pays me to work for him I like seeing the job through to its logical conclusion."
" I think that is very praiseworthy, Mr. O'Day." She was still smiling. "But this seems to me to be one of those cases in which you do not have to do any work. I don't know what Colonel Needham meant when he said he was concerned for me. There is no reason for concern. I am very well, quite happy, and vaguely amused at all this rather stupid and dramatic story."
O'Day said: "I'm glad it amuses you."
She said nothing.
" I'll be on my way, Mrs. Deane," O'Day went on. "One of these days, when I've straightened this business out, maybe I'll come and see you again."
She got up. "There isn't any need for that," she said coolly. "There's nothing to straighten out-as you call it." She rang the push-bell by the side of the fireplace. "Thank you for coming," she continued. "I'm sure your intentions were very good."
O'Day said: "You'd be surprised! I still think I'll be seeing you. That is, if I'm as good a detective as you are an actress. Good day, Mrs. Deane."
The maid came in. She held the door open. As O'Day went out he looked over his shoulder.
He was glad to see that the smile had gone.
O'Day sat in the lounge of the Hotel Splendide at Eastbourne; drank tea and smoked cigarettes. He was not unhappy. One or two of the pieces in the

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