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I want the names of the doctors who certified this girl -every bit of information of the plot between you and d'Escarte; what he paid you or what he'd arranged to pay you if this marriage had taken place. And make it snappy."
Pavin said almost querulously: "You're in a fearful hurry, aren't you?" He crossed the room; sat at the writing desk. He took some notepaper out of the drawer; his fountain pen from his pocket. He began to write.
Half an hour later he got up from the desk. He said: "Would you like me to read it?"
" No thanks. I'll read it myself." O'Day took the letter; read it through carefully. He folded it up; put it in the breast pocket of his jacket. He said: "That's all I want. Needham's letter is in my document case in my room at the Hotel Splendide at Eastbourne. If you come with me I'll hand it over. Shall we get moving?"
Pavin said: "No. . . ."
" Why not?" asked O'Day.
Pavin grinned. "Here's an excellent reason." He took his hand out of his jacket pocket. O'Day saw the automatic pistol with the silencer over the barrel.
Pavin said: "You're not so clever as you thought, Mr. O'Day. There's a very good proverb in the English language: `In for a penny in for a pound.' Well, I was in for a penny over killing Ralph Vanner, so I may as well be in for a pound and kill you. After which I can remove from your pocket the letter which I have just written; take myself over to the Splendide and on some pretext or other get up to your room and

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