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O'Day said almost casually: "I thought you might like to do a deal."
Pavin raised his eyebrows. "A deal? I wonder exactly what you mean by that?"
O'Day said: "I'll make myself plain. Last Thursday night you went to see Ralph Vanner at the Palissade Club. You killed him. Well ... believe it or not ..." O'Day went on with a wry smile, "I'm not very interested in that. I'm not a policeman. I'm a private detective. I'm working for a client. My job is to do to the best of my ability what he wanted me to do, and what he wanted me to do was to stop you marrying Mrs. Deane. See . . . ?"
Pavin nodded. He was entirely unperturbed. He produced a cigarette case from the breast pocket of his coat; selected a cigarette. O'Day noted, with a certain admiration, that his fingers were quite steady.
O'Day continued: "There's only one person in this country who can prove that you killed Vanner. Realise, as far as the police are concerned, you've never even come into this case. As you know, I was the first suspect, but luck's been on my side. Now they've got another suspect. That's Merys Vanner. But she's all right too because she has a cast-iron alibi. The police know that on the night of the murder she never left her apartment in St. John's Wood. So now who are they going to look for? There's nobody they can look for."
Pavin said: "But Mr. O'Day could tell them where to look ... ?"
O'Day nodded. "Precisely!"
Pavin leaned back in his chair. He said: "I think

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