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She answered in a dull voice: "Yes, I suppose you are.
O'Day went on: "Maybe you'd be surprised if I told you that Pavin is an adventurer and a blackmailer; that he was employed by your ex-husbandd'Escarte-to put you in apo.rition where you'd have to marry him. Because d'Escarte hates you he's put your daughter in that home. He knows you'd do anything to get her out; that you'd even marry Pavin. Pavin, I take it, has represented himself to you as a man of property, hasn't he?"
She nodded.
" Well, he's not," said O'Day. "d'Escarte was going to pay Pavin when you were married to him, because on the day you marry Pavin you lose your allowance under the settlement made in the French Courts when you divorced d'Escarte. Now do you understand?"
She said in a low voice: "My God....!"
O'Day went on: "Nicholas Needham wasn't merely jealous, as you thought. Needham's no pushover. He went over to France and he found out all about Pavin, and somehow or other he found out about the plot between your ex-husband and Pavin. When Needham came back to this country he'd made up his mind to go to a private detective. My name was suggested to him and he remembered it. But I was away and he couldn't see me at the time. He wrote the long letter which he left in my office giving me all the facts. That letter wasn't destroyed. Somebody read it. That somebody was my partner-Ralph Vanner-and he was murdered because he had read it."

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