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O'Day turned. "I don't know, but I'm beginning to understand Needham's point of view. I think you're a hell of a woman. I think I rather go for you. I think that was the real idea why I brought the bracelet back-that, and because I hoped you might do some talking; that you might clear up all sorts of points I want cleared up." He shrugged his shoulders. "If you don't want to talk, you won't. You will some time."
" Why, Mr. O'Day?"
He grinned at her. "I hope that the tougher it gets for me the more you'll want to talk. Think it over. I can shut the front door myself. So long, Mrs. Deane."
He went out of the room. A few seconds later she heard the front door shut. She sat down in the chair. She put her arms along the sides of the chair. She sat looking straight in front of her.
At eight o'clock O'Day paid his bill at the Silver Grill. He came down the stairs; walked along Albemarle Street. He went into the telephone box at the bottom of Hay Hill; telephoned the hall porter at his apartment block.
He said: "Good evening, Simmons. Any messages or callers for me?"
" Yes, sir," the hall porter said. "Your office came through ... Miss Trundle. She said she wanted to leave a telephone number and an address for you. The address is 23 Mervyn Court, St. John's Wood, and the number is Primrose 06345."

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