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sorts-all sorts and conditions of rooms, each one with the curtains carefully drawn and the doors unlocked.
He walked round each room, scanning it with careful eyes, looking for he did not know what, but hoping to find it. There was nothing. He went back down the stairs along the passage-way to the back of the house. He pushed open the door of the room where Vanner was; looked carefully about the place. Something under the table caught his eye. He picked it up; looked at it. It was a bracelet-a very good bracelet-a bracelet of diamonds and emeralds.
He went out of the room; through the small hall. When he closed the outside back door he wiped his fingerprints off it with a handkerchief. He went down the wooden steps through the side door into the lane. He walked to where he'd left his car; got in; reversed; began to drive towards London.
Two miles from the Palissade Club, at an intersection in the road, he stopped the car. He walked across to the opposite corner; went into the telephone booth. He put his handkerchief over the mouthpiece; dialled 999.
When somebody answered O'Day said: "There's a club called the Palissade about a mile outside Maidenhead. A man's been murdered there. He's in the ground floor back room."
The officer asked politely: "Who is that talking, please?"
O'Day said: "Wouldn't you like to know?"
He hung up; went out of the call box. He got into his car; drove back to London.

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