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He said: "If I were a brave man I'd tell you you look good enough to eat, Mrs. Deane."
She smiled coolly. He thought she was quite imperturbable. In whatever circumstances she found herself, Mrs. Deane was certainly the mistress of her emotions.
She looked quite lovely. She was wearing a midnight blue, silk velvet dinner gown, with long, tightfitting sleeves. She wore midnight blue, spangled shoes. A string of pearls round her throat glowed softly under the shaded electric light.
O'Day said: "Sit down and tell me what it's all about."
She sat down in the armchair. "I've come here, Mr. O'Day, because I think it's unfair of me to allow you to be put to any more trouble."
O'Day leaned against the sideboard. "Exactly what do you mean by that, Mrs. Deane?"
She said: "I'll tell you. In a way I can understand your friend and mine-Colonel Needham-being a little worried about me. The fact that he thought I might be in some sort of danger is really rather stupid -but understandable. And I can quite realise your position in trying to carry out what he wanted done, especially now he's gone away and neither of us can get in touch with him." She smiled. "But really it isn't at all serious, you know."
O'Day said: "No? He seemed to think it was. Tell me why it isn't serious."
She settled herself back in the armchair; crossed her legs. Then she said: "Men in love are always inclined to exaggerate situations, don't you think?"
" I don't remember ever having been in love," said

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