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Pavin sat back. He was quite at ease. "You, who seem to know everything-you tell me why, Mr. O'Day."
O'Day said: "When Merys Vanner stayed at the Sable Inn with Nicholas Needham four or five weeks ago, he told her the whole story. He told her the story of what he knew about you and how distressed he was at the idea of Mrs. Deane marrying you. Well, Merys wasn't foolish enough to let a chance like that go by. She came down to Sussex to find you. She intended to blackmail you. She probably did for a week or so, but then-and I can understand this, knowing Merys-she fell for you. You're the sort of man she would fall for. She'd left her husband. I'd given her the air. You were to be number three. So you two made friends. A fine pair of friends! She knew all about the d'Escarte plot about Lauretta Deane. She was going to share in the proceeds, because the pair of you probably arranged that after you'd married Mrs. Deane you'd take a run-out on her and leave her broke and friendless.
" But Merys didn't trust you, so she kept Needham's letter so that she'd have something tangible to hold you up with, if you tried any funny business with her. Quite a girl, Merys-isn't she?"
Pavin said casually: "Maybe you're right. Women do the damnedest things."
" Yes," said O'Day. "Women like Merys Vanner do."
Pavin got up. He began to stroll casually about the room, drawing easily on his cigarette. He said: "I take it that the purpose of this visit is to tell me that you have the letter, Mr. O'Day. And on the

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