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going to incriminate yourself. A policeman isn't allowed to ask questions like that or if he does you don't have to answer them. But it might make things a little easier for me if you answer my question. And maybe when you've answered it I'll tell you why I asked it."
O'Day said: "Yes. I suppose it's all right. When I got back to the flat and read Nicky Needham's note I was naturally curious to know what it was all about. It was rather an unusual sort of case, I take it. Here was some lady in Sussex who Needham thought wanted looking after, and you don't go to a firm of investigators and ask them to look after a woman if it's a normal thing, do you?"
Dougal said: "No, I suppose not."
" So," O'Day continued, "I was curious. I got into my car and I went down to the office. When I was walking along the corridor I could see that somebody had left the light on in the office."
Dougal said: "That was rather funny, wasn't it?"
" That's what I thought when I saw what had happened. Leaving the light on was clever, wasn't it?"
" I suppose it was," said Dougal. "It suggested that the unknown visitor had come after dark when the light was necessary."
" Precisely. But the unknown visitor didn't come after dark. I should say they were there that afternoon."
Dougal said: "That's what I thought."
" Look, Inspector ... if you know everything why ask me?"

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