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"You can say what you like," she said. "No one could prove that Pavin was there."
" All right," said O'Day. "Have it your way."
" It's going to be my way. You can't bring these accusations without evidence, and you know it. You ought to know the law; you're a private detective. There's no evidence."
O'Day said: "More nuts! Last night I took two diamond and emerald clips from you. I know where they came from. They came from Mrs. Lauretta Deane and I know how you got them. Pavin got them from her and gave them to you. That was part of your joint blackmail scheme. But my piece ot evidence about Ralph is even more interesting. When I found him slumped over the table, there was something under the table which nobody knows about. The police certainly don't. They don't know about it because I picked it up. It was a diamond and emerald bracelet belonging to Mrs. Deane. It was part of the set which included the clips which you wore last night. You got that from Pavin too."
She said: "If I got it from Pavin how could it be there at the Palissade?"
O'Day grinned. "Pavin took it back from you in case he could buy Vanner's silence; in case he could persuade him to keep his mouth shut. My guess is he gave the bracelet to Vanner and Vanner threw it on the floor. It went under the table. Then, when Pavin hit him and killed him, he was a little too excited to think about it. He could hear my footsteps in the house or just outside. All he wanted to do was to get out. So he got out. He left the bracelet behind."

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