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She shrugged her shoulders. "Well, where am I supposed to go?"
" You don't have to go far away," said O'Day. "Get your bag packed. You'll only be away a couple of days. I'm coming back here in three-quarters of an hour. I'll pick you up, and I'm going to drop you at the Garter Hotel near Goring. You'll be all right there. The place belongs to a friend of mine. You stay there until I tell you to come back, and if I were you I'd stay indoors just in case Dougal starts looking for you earlier than I think he will."
She got up. "All right, Terry." She shrugged her shoulders again. "Maybe I'm a fool but I'm going to do what you say. And I'd like another drink."
He took her glass; filled it; handed it back to her.
She said: "Anyone might think that you had some little regard for me. You're taking a lot of trouble about me, aren't you?"
O'Day shook his head. "Don't you believe it. What I'm doing-if I am doing anything-is for Ralph. And something else. . . ."
She asked: "What else?"
" I want those diamond and emerald clips you've got," said O'Day. "Hand them over. You know damned well they're not yours. You know who they belong to."
She spread her hands. Then she began to laugh. She went into the bedroom; came back. The clips were in her hand. She held them out to him.
" There you are, Terry. Believe it or not, you're a damned sight better detective than I ever thought you were.
O'Day said: "As detectives go, maybe I'm even

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