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"I'll do that, sir. I hope I'll have some better news for you."
Grogan went out.
The Detective-Constable who `carried the bag for Dougal' came into the office.
He said: "Martin's just been through, sir. He says that last evening about twenty past six, Mabel Bonaventura-the girl you saw at the Pimento Clubwent round to O'Day's apartment. She was there about twenty minutes."
Dougal nodded. "What did she do then?"
" Martin says she went straight back to her flat. She was there until half an hour ago; then she came out. She took a cab and he says he's lost her. He says the traffic was a bit too thick for him."
" That's a pity," said Dougal. "I'd have liked to have known where she was going. All right, Smith."
The Detective-Constable went out of the office.
The telephone on Dougal's desk jangled. He picked up the receiver. A voice said: "There's a Miss Bonaventura downstairs. She's asking to see you, sir."
Dougal grinned. "Bring her up."
He was waiting outside his door in the corridor when she arrived. His face broke into one of its rare smiles.
He said: "Well, lassie, so you thought you'd like to come and talk to me?" He led the way into the office; closed the door. "Sit down and make yourself comfortable."
She said: "Thank you. I wanted to talk to you, Mr. Dougal. I felt I ought to. I'm getting a little frightened, if you know what I mean."

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