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NEMESIS

"These are the reasons why Mrs. Deane, who adores her child, and has worried about her for years, has consented to marry Pavin. After they are married-and this is the main idea in the sadistic mind of d'Escarte-she will discover that Pavin has no money; that by marrying him she has sacrificed her income; that she will be even less able to help her daughter.
" If You know anything about women you will understand how easy in these circumstances it has been for the good-looking and attractive Pavin quietly to force Mrs. Deane into a frame o f mind in which she has consented to marry him.
" At the moment, having regard to my own job which is top secret, it is impossible for me to divulge to Mrs. Deane or anyone else the sources from which I obtained my information. When I returned from France about a month ago I went again to Mallow field. I saw Mrs. Deane and endeavoured without giving anything away to talk her out of marrying Pavin. I told her that I'd met him; that I disliked him. I said everything I could without telling her the truth, which I thought would make her more unhappy than ever. But it was useless. I think she thought I was just being jealous.
" Soon after this, when I had received orders for the job on which I am now engaged, I made up my mind that I would like to put this matter in the hands o f a responsible private investigator-someone who could check on these facts and from his knowledge tell Mrs. Deane the truth, and deal with Pavin.
" I met somebody who said they knew of one, but that he was away and when he returned to London they would communicate with me. It was only yesterday that I was telephoned and told that you might be„back to day, and

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