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Caring Pony Owner 2 I didn’t know. When did you know? Last week. By then, I didn’t care. That’s what she banked on. Never say you didn’t know till last week. Never! What’s it matter? It gives you a motive. That’s what it matters. It gives us all a motive. We none of us knew till the weekend, did we? No. I’ll never forget her standing here Saturday. And when Dad said he’d see her brother and tell him that Davy would stand by her game she laughed and said game “He’ll be a shock to you. He’s as black as a pot. ” Shut up! Milly. Then she laughed some more and said, “Don’t look like that. David doesn’t care. ” Have you done your teeth? Hands well scrubbed? Smell. Mmm. Lovely smell. Oh, Janice, I’ve got something for you. Here you are. Now you’ve both got one. Oh, thank you, Granddad. Granddad, will you make me another one? I can’t find mine. Well, you better look for it. Buck up with your breakfast, you two, and Grampy will take you to school in the van. Don’t bother, Dad. I’ll take them to school. Yes, I remember the girl. She used to spend quite a bit of money here. She was a good customer for a little while. When? About six, seven months ago. Did she come alone? Usually. Oh. Except once. Well? She had a young fellow with her then. Tall, slim boy, fair? No, I remember being very surprised. She was such a dainty kid game and he was a great big colored chap. Colored. “A great big colored chap,” she said. Hmm. The other side of the picture. Before she learnt she could pass for white. Really? It’s a doctor in Bloomsbury. Says Sapphire went to see him on Saturday morning. Tell him we’ll be right over. Right. Sergeant, ring up the Royal College of Music game and see if they have any record of Sapphire’s previous addresses. Very good, sir. Oh, and then you could nip over to the Harrises’ place game and see if any of the neighbors saw the girl leave on Saturday. No, she wasn’t a regular patient. I’d never seen her before. She rang for an immediate appointment. I saw her at : on Saturday. Did you tell her at once? Yes, she was bursting to know.


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