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The Assistant Commissioner smiled. "What's in your head, Dougal?"
Dougal said: "I don't dislike this Terence O'Day. If I know anything about it he's no murderer. His attitude is too carefree. I've usually found when I've been trying to get a statement from somebody suspected of murder, that they're a little bit too keyed up. They're taking a lot of notice of what you say; the way you frame your questions. They're afraid they might make a mistake in the story they're trying to put over. O'Day isn't. He doesn't give a damn. He's quite carefree in what he says."
The other nodded. "Well, you don't believe he did it. So what?"
" It's not only that, sir," said Dougal. "He's playing some game of his own. You may not believe this, but I had a definite idea in my head when I was talking to this O'Day that in some odd sort of way he was using me. I felt a little bit resentful."
The Assistant Commissioner smiled. "Naturally. But I can't see anybody making use of you, Dougal. Let me know when you come back. I'm just as interested as you are."
" I'll see you directly I get back, sir. Good afternoon."
Dougal went out of the office, looking more lugubrious than ever.
At six o'clock O'Day finished his Martini; lighted a cigarette; put on his hat. He was walking towards the door when the telephone rang. He picked up the

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