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LAURETTA

made up his mind to cease being a constable as soon as possible. Three months after his four years on the streets he had gone to a local C.LD. section; thence to Scotland Yard.
His interest in most cases that came his way was one of personalities. Dougal had often remarked that he was much more interested in the people who committed the crimes than in the crimes themselves; that if you were sufficiently interested in people you sometimes put your finger on the one you wanted.
At half-past two the detective constable who `carried the bag' for Dougal came into his office. Dougal was busily engaged in working out The Times crossword puzzle. He raised an iron-grey eyebrow.
He said: "Well . . . ?"
The detective constable, whose name was Smith, said: "The Assistant Commissioner would like to see you, sir." He smiled. "You thought he would, didn't you?"
Dougal said with the slightest trace of a Scottish accent:
" I hoped he would, laddie." He got up.
The Assistant Commissioner was smoking a short pipe. He pushed a folder to the other side of his desk; indicated it with a long forefinger.
He said: "Sit down, Dougal. I think this one belongs to you."
Dougal said: "I'm very glad, sir. It's a long time since anything interesting came my way. I hope it's Maidenhead."
The Assistant Commissioner nodded. He said: "The dead man Vanner had been having some sort of trouble with his wife. He was a partner in a firm of

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