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O'Day stood at the end of the room, watching her. She was clasping and unclasping her hands nervously. He could see that she was unable to speak.
He continued: "I want to keep you out of this. I want to keep you out of it because that is one of the things I was paid to do, and also because I've an idea that concerns you and which might be interesting when I've had time to work it out. In other words, Mrs. Deane, I'm afraid you'll have to trust me whether you like it or not. If you don't you'll probably find yourself mixed up in a very nasty murder case."
She said in the same low voice: "I don't mind trusting you, Mr. O'Day. I never have really distrusted you. But what about the jewellery? I don't understand about that."
" That's simple," said O'Day. "Somebody found out what Pavin was at and decided to put the screws on him. In other words here was a blackmailer being blackmailed. Pavin, I believe, told you that he had no funds in this country; that it was essential for his scheme for getting your daughter out of the asylum that he had money here. So you gave him the jewellery. Isn't that right?"
She nodded. "I'm beginning to think you're a very good detective, Mr. O'Day."
He smiled. "I'm beginning to think so too. I think this business is going to be over pretty soon. In the meantime I'd be glad if you'd stay around here. Don't go out too much. There's a very astute police officer in charge of this case. He doesn't waste any time. I should think he might be nosing about Sussex quite soon. Given a day or so I think I can straighten

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