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Part one is the section in which I treat the interviewee gently and with the respect a ratepayer deserves -- until it becomes obvious he is not going to co-operate. That part is over now, and you've made it clear you are not going to be helpful of your own accord. From now on, Mr. Hutchman, lam going to lean on you. " Hutchman gaped at him. "You can't! " Crombie-Carson leaned across the table. "Give me some credit, friend. I'm a professional. Every day in life I'm up against other professionals and I nearly always win.
He held the mug in both hands and slowly drank the brown brew, deriving satisfaction from the tiny thrill which coursed through the nerves in his temples at every sip. The tea had no food value but at least it helped him to think. Monday afternoon would probably be time enough to post the last of the envelopes, but what guarantee was there that he would be out by then? The constable had said Crombie-Carson would _probably_ be at the station in the afternoon, and even if he did show up nobody was obliged to report his presence to Hutchman.