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NEMESIS

You paid your money and you took your choice of guesses.
O'Day thought that the thing that mattered at the moment was what he was going to do. He poured himself out a fresh cup of coffee; sat down in the armchair, one long leg dangling over the side. He drank the coffee slowly. Now his mind was concerned again with Dougal. Dougal might waste a day thinking over things, allowing his mind to wonder on the implications of his conversation with O'Day of the night before. He might or he might not. You never knew with people like Dougal. O'Day smiled wryly. Too many people believed that police officers were rather stupid people with big feet. The idea was reminiscent of the old music-hall turns. But police officers - especially Chief Detective - Inspectors - weren't at all like that and beneath that quiet and lugubrious countenance O'Day realised there was an astute brain. He thought he'd know just how astute very quickly.
The house telephone rang. O'Day walked across the room; picked up the receiver. It was the hall porter.
He said: "There's a lady to see you, sir-a Miss Bonaventura. She seems to think her business is urgent."
O'Day grinned. "Send her up, Simmons."
He finished his coffee; went to the front door of the flat; opened it. The lift had arrived and Miss Bonaventura was walking down the corridor.
O'Day said: "Hello, Mabel. What's this-a celebration? You look pretty good to me."
She said: "Yes? Some celebration!" O'Day noticed

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