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Then I went over to the Splendide at Eastbourne. I thought the drive would do me good. I got into touch with the hall porter there-Parker-a nice talkative sort of man. And, believe it or not, he told me that Pavin was having lunch in the dining-room. So I went in. I sat at the next table."
O'Day asked: "What does he look like?"
" He looks to me like a very nice man. Very nice indeed!"
" Where are you?" asked O'Day. "Sometimes even telephones have ears."
" I'm talking from the call-box in Knightsbridge." "Well, come round and talk to me here," said O'Day."
Five minutes later she arrived.
She said: "You know what I'd like, Terry? I'd like a large whisky and soda."
" I think you've been enjoying yourself, Mabel," said O'Day.
She pushed a stray tendril back into place. "Do you know, I think I have. I think I'd make a good detective."
" I think so too. Well, did Pavin fall for the line? You were sitting at the next table to him in the diningroom?"
" That's right," said Mabel. "It was a bit late for lunch so there weren't a lot of people there. When I got the opportunity I said to him-the tables were close to each other-'Can I have a word with you, Mr. Pavin? It's rather important.' He looked at me and he didn't seem awfully surprised. It seemed as if he might even have been expectin' someone to talk to him like that. He said: `Of course, why don't

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