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that, and I want to talk to you. You know, you ought to be very pleased with me."
She raised her pencilled eyebrows. O'Day noted with approval her well-cut Harris tweed coat, the nigger brown pull-on felt hat, the well-fitting chamois gloves.
She said: "Why should I be glad to see you?"
O'Day put his hand in his pocket; produced the two emerald and diamond clips.
He said with a smile: "It seems to be my main function in life to return your jewellery, but I think these are the only other missing pieces, aren't they? Maybe Pavin hasn't had time to get any more jewellery from you, or did he ask for money last time?"
There was silence for a moment. She stood looking at the clips in his hand. He picked up her gloved right hand; put the clips in the palm; closed her fingers over them.
He said: "Now, let's go and talk, shall we?"
She said in a low voice: "Very well. ..." She turned; led the way up the drive towards the house.
Inside, in the drawing-room, O'Day said: "Sit down in that armchair and listen to me, Mrs. Deane. You might easily be in a spot. I'm trying to keep you out of it. Also I'm still trying to earn that seven hundred and fifty pounds. Actually"-he grinned at her cheerfully-"I could call it a day. I think the value of the jewellery I've returned to you is very much more than seven hundred and fifty pounds. But that isn't the point."
She asked: "What is the point, Mr. O'Day?"

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