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She shrugged her shoulders again. "I knew very little about his finances. He always seemed well supplied with money. He was kind and generous, but I don't think he was at all extravagant."
" You don't think he'd waste money?" asked O'Day.
She shook her head. "I'm certain he wouldn't do that."
" What you're telling me, Mrs. Deane," said O'Day, "is this: You're telling me that all this is a storm in a teacup; that Needham was jealous of this Mr. Pavin because Pavin was engaged to you and Needham hadn't made out with you. Is that it? And because it's like that I'm wasting my time?"
She said: "Yes."
" I don't believe you," said O'Day.
She shrugged her shoulders; got up. "I don't think I mind very much whether you do or not, Mr. O'Day. I came here because I wanted to save you some trouble."
" Nuts . . . ! You came here because you wanted me to stop poking my nose into something which you think doesn't concern me. I agree with you about one thing. I agree with you that Needham was a very careful man about money. He didn't waste it. Needham isn't the sort of man to pay seven hundred and fifty pounds just for me to find out what was troubling you, Mrs. Deane. That's what he paid. That's why I'm going to go on sticking my nose into your business."
She stiffened. The smile which had been about her mouth disappeared. She looked cold; angry.
O'Day said: "The time has come when you and I ought to understand each other. I could understand

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