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to Mrs. Deane that will keep her secure for the rest of her life, and also her daughter, against whom he will never be able to make any other attempt. You understand?"
Pavin nodded.
" Work it out for yourself," said O'Day. "At the moment you're not connected with this murder. The letter you're going to write might make you liable to proceedings in France but certainly not in this country. If d'Escarte behaves himself-and he will because he'll be scared sick-it may never be necessary for me to show that letter to anybody except him."
Pavin stopped walking. He said: "Well, I'm in a spot, so I'll get out of it. I'll write your letter for you. When do I get the other one?"
" When do you think?" said O'Day. "You didn't expect me to bring that letter with me here in my pocket, did you? I'm not such a fool. We'll talk about where it is when you've written the letter I want."
" All right," said Pavin. "I don't distrust you, O'Day. I don't distrust you because, if we do this deal-and I don't see why we shouldn't-you're making yourself an accessory after a murder. You won't be able to talk about me-in this country anyway. You'd be putting yourself in a spot."
O'Day said: "I understand that perfectly well. I told you I wasn't interested in the murder. I'm interested in doing the job for my client."
" So be it," said Pavin. "If you'll excuse me I'll sit down and write this interesting document. You'll find whisky and soda in the sideboard."
O'Day said: "Good. ... And see it is interesting.

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