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NEMESIS

Dougal went behind his desk. He produced his pipe; began to fill it. "I know what you mean, lassie. I'm rather glad. You know, when people get frightened they talk."
Mabel thought: Sez you ...!
He went on: "Now tell me all about it. Tell me what happened when you went to see Mr. O'Day last night at his apartment. Tell me why you went there, Mabel." He lighted his pipe.
For a moment Miss Bonaventura was silent. She thought: He's pretty hot, this old egg. So he's been having me watched. Her quick brain took the obvious way out.
She said: "I went round there because he telephoned for me. He knew you'd been to see me at the club. He wanted to know the questions you asked me. He wanted to see me last night because he wanted to know if you'd been at me any more."
She went on glibly, doing her stuff. ...
O'Day stopped the car at the side of the main road twenty yards from the gate that led to the Dower House. He got out; began to walk towards the gate. As he turned into the driveway Mrs. Deane came down the drive towards him.
He took off his hat. "Good afternoon, Mrs. Deane. I was passing, so I thought I'd like to pay you a visit."
She said coldly: "Mr. O'Day, the last time I saw you I told you that I did not want to see you or speak to you again."
" Quite," said O'Day cheerfully. "But I didn't say

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