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what I was doing; what my interest in you was. I told you that Nicky Needham had an idea in his head that he ought to be concerned for you; that he left me some money to try to look after you. I told you that when people paid me to work for them I work for them. That was my only interest up till yesterday, but now I have another interest."
He put his hand into his left-hand jacket pocket; produced the bracelet. He held it suspended over two fingers of his left hand. The stones sparkled in the afternoon sunlight coming through the window.
O'Day said: "It's a hell of a bracelet, isn't it? Fine stones, beautifully set in a most original platinum setting. It's worth a lot of money and it's your bracelet."
She said nothing.
O'Day went on: "The point is this. Last night I had an appointment with my partner Vanner. I I had an appointment with him at some house-it calls itself a club-near Maidenhead. When I got there the place was empty, but before I found Vanner I answered a telephone call. So one person at least knows that I was there"-he smiled at her-"which puts me in rather a spot."
" I wandered round this place till I found Vanner. He was sitting at a table in a back room. He was dead. Somebody had smashed his head in. Your bracelet was on the floor underneath the table-a fact which is very important to me."
She asked: "Why, Mr. O'Day?" Now her voice was serious, her eyes grave. "Would you like to sit down?"
" Thanks." O'Day sat down in the armchair on

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