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CHAPTER FOUR
FINALE

O'DAY STOPPED the car by the gate leading to the Dower House. He got out; lighted a cigarette. He stood on the grass verge by the side of the road, admiring the June sunshine.
Down the road another car was parked. He wondered to whom it belonged.
He threw his half-smoked cigarette away; walked to the gate. As he turned into the drive a man came towards him from the house.
It was Needham.
O'Day said: "Well ... I'll be damned ...!"
" I don't think so," said Needham. "Not from what I hear inside." He jerked his head towards the house. "So you've pulled it off. Mrs. Deane told me what you told her on the telephone from Paris."
O'Day said: "Everything is all right. It's taken two months, but it's been well worth it. There are a few formalities to be gone through. But the girl will be over here this week, and Mrs. Deane's original settlement has been cancelled and d'Escarte has settled a capital sum on her that will keep her in comfort for the rest of her life."
" Nice work," said Needham. "I guess you earned that dough I left for you, O'Day. I'm pretty glad for all of you. Maybe you want some more money? If you do, it's yours. You've earned it."

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