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darkness on the side facing him. The place was lonely and it might have been uninhabited. He rang the bell, stood, leaning against the doorpost; lighted a cigarette.
The door opened. There was a single dim light in the hall which threw into prominence the tall, wellbuilt figure of the good-looking man who confronted him.
O'Day said: "My name's Williams. You're George Pavin, aren't you?"
Pavin smiled. "Yes. You've come because you want something? Mrs. Williams telephoned me."
O'Day grinned. "I want a lot," he said. "My name's O'Day. I'm a private detective. Mrs. Williams wasn't Mrs. Williams, which you well know. You're not trying to tell me that Merys Vanner hasn't been on the telephone to you since she came back from the Garter Inn at Goring, are you?"
Pavin said, the same charming smile still about his well-shaped mouth: "I think you're rather interesting, Mr. O'Day."
" You'll find I'm a damned sight more interesting before I'm through. Shall we talk about this?"
Pavin stood to one side. "Of course. ... Come in."
O'Day went into the hallway; waited for Pavin to close the door. Then he followed him along a passageway. The room at the end was cheerful and a small fire was burning. The curtains were drawn, the room comfortably furnished.
Pavin indicated a chair. "Won't you sit down, Mr. O'Day? And tell me what's brought you here?"

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