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LAURETTA

Dougal smiled a little grimly; went out; closed the door very quietly behind him.
At a quarter past three O'Day stopped his car on the wide gravel space before the Dower House. He threw his cigarette into a rhododendron bush; walked up the steps; pulled the bell handle. The clanging of the bell inside the house intrigued him. He thought even that had an air of romance about it. He thought that there was plenty of romance about the Dower House and even more about Mrs. Lauretta Deane.
She opened the door; stood in the hallway, the afternoon sunlight falling on her. O'Day thought her clothes were perfect.
She wore a jade green, tailored frock; nigger brown suede shoes. A gold leaf clip was at her neck. There were two plain gold bangles on her left wrist. O'Day thought jade green was a charming colour against the auburn of her hair.
She smiled at him, still the same cool, detached smile. She said: "Would you like to come in?"
He followed her into the hall; closed the front door for her. She went into the room where she'd received him the day before. She walked over to the window; looked out of it for a moment; then turned.
" Well ... Mr. O'Day? What is it?"
O'Day said: "Do you mind if I smoke?" He took out his cigarette case; lighted a cigarette. He went on: "Mrs. Deane, let you and me get one or two points straight. I told you yesterday who I was;

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