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better than I thought I was." He picked up his hat. "I'll be back in forty-five minutes. See that you're ready. And wear something plain. You don't want to look too conspicuous."
He went out of the room. A moment later she heard the front door close softly behind him.
She walked across to the fireplace; put her elbows on the mantelpiece. She put her face between her hands. She began to cry.


II

Chief Detective-Inspector Dougal went into his office; hung up his dark grey raincoat; put his umbrella in the rack; filled and lighted a short briar pipe. He sat at his desk smoking for quite two or three minutes before he remembered to take off his hat. He sighed; hung it up. Then he called through to the switchboard to ask if the Assistant Commissioner was free. In two minutes they called back.
The girl said: "If you want to see Mr. Grogan, Mr. Dougal, he's in his office."
Dougal said: "Thank you."
He walked down the corridor; tapped out his pipe with his forefinger; put it into the pocket of his jacket.
The Assistant Commissioner said: "Good afternoon, Dougal. How's the Vanner case? Sit down."
Dougal sat down. "At the present moment, sir, I might describe it as being quite unsatisfactory up to a point. After that"-he smiled ruefully-"perhaps it begins to get a little better."

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