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Mercia subsided ; she sat down and folded her hands in her lap, but she regarded the detective with an air of aggressive enmity which still retained a touch of proud defiance.
Delbury noted the signs and, against his will, Mercia went up another notch in his estimation. The girl was either another Duse, immaculate in her command of every emotional phase, or she was as innocent as the air she breathed.
He cleared his throat and took the situation into both his firm, capable hands. He wasn't the man to let a situation get out of hand, much less let a woman take the lead in an examination.
" Mr. Willard Lyall is your father, I believe ?" he asked, slipping a note-pad on to his knee.
" Yes."
" What is his business ?"
" He has an office in the City ; he is connected in some way with the Stock Exchange."
" Yes, I know, but That is a little vague, is it not ?"
" That is all I can tell you about his business affairs. He never discusses business matters at home."
" But surely, Miss Lyall, as his daughter, having lived several years with him at an age when a girl knows a good deal about the world and the ways of her parents, you "

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