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O'Day said coolly: "That sounds pretty good to me from your point of view, but you'll have to get rid of me somehow, won't you? You can't leave bodies lying about in houses in England, you know."
" Can't you?" said Pavin. "I believe it has been done. But I don't propose to do it. There's quite a comfortable grave for you under the floor of the garage outside. I've been working on it all afternoon. And no one will come to this house for weeks. I took it from the owners some days ago-over the telephone -with the rent paid in advance in cash by registered post-under an assumed name. I shall have ample time to make a very comfortable getaway. The car you've left outside will be found abandoned in London in a side street. Then, as you've so rightly pointed out, there will be nothing to connect me with Vanner's death. In two days I shall be back in France. And now I think the time has come to terminate this little interview."
He pulled back the ejector sleeve of the automatic pistol. O'Day heard the click as the cartridge went from the clip into the barrel. He thought: It was tough to take a chance like this, especially now it hasn't come off. He sat rigidly in the chair; waited for the bullet. He was watching Pavin so closely that he didn't hear the door open.
But he heard the gloomy and lugubrious voice of Chief Detective-Inspector Dougal, who said quietly:
" Put it down, Pavin. You've caused enough trouble."

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