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idea he was making use of me. I can't tell you why, but I did."
" I know," said the Assistant Commissioner. "And you didn't like it?"
Dougal got up. "I don't like people making use of me-not that it makes any difference if they want to try to. So I think I'll see O'Day. Maybe he'll let a little more go this time. Maybe he'll talk a little more. When I've seen him I think I'd like to talk to Mrs. Merys Vanner again."
Grogan said: "Do just what you feel like doing, Dougal. You always arrive eventually."
" I hope you're right. Good day, sir." Dougal went out of the office.
O'Day was lying on his bed dozing when the telephone bell rang. He got off the bed; looked at his wrist-watch from force of habit. It was just four o'clock. He went into his sitting-room; picked up the telephone. It was Mabel Bonaventura.
She said: "Hello, Terry .., is that you?"
He said it was. He asked if she had had any luck.
She said: "Plenty. I went down to this place The Crown at Alfriston like you said. I made friends with the landlord. Quite a boy, isn't he? He was a parachutist in the war and lost one arm. I like him."
O'Day said: "Good. Beyond your liking for the landlord, what about Pavin?"
" I steered the conversation round to him two or three times," said Mabel. "But I hadn't any luck.

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