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NEMESIS

"The point is you're engaged to a murderer."
She sat back in the chair. "What do you mean by that?" she asked.
O'Day said: "You remember when I saw you last I was talking about the murder of Ralph Vanner at the Palissade Club at Maidenhead last Thursday night?" She nodded. She said slowly: "Yes, I remember." "Pavin killed him," said O'Day.
She drew in her breath sharply. "Is it possible that this can be true?"
O'Day nodded. "It's not only possible, Mrs. Deane; it's a fact. This man Pavin is bad medicine. Didn't you know that?"
She said nothing. She sat, her gloved hands folded in her lap, looking straight in front of her.
" I know plenty about Pavin," O'Day went on, and quite a lot about you. I know just how Pavin has got himself into the position of being engaged to you. You don't love him, in spite of the fact that he's a good-looking and attractive man, but you were prepared to marry him out of a sense of duty-a sense of duty to your daughter. Pavin came over to England and told you it was in his power to get your daughter released from the mental home where she's a prisoner in France. He probably said it would take a little time and some money. After he'd done a certain amount of talking on these lines, and after he got to know you better, he pretended to be in love with you. He suggested that if he succeeded in getting your daughter out of the asylum the least you could do would be to marry him. You agreed. You agreed because you'd have promised to do anything on earth to get your girl out of that place. Am I right?"

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