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Unformatted text preview: and Hamilton Jaynes walked through it, followed by Warren, the third interrogator. "Hello, Jack," Jaynes said loudly as he took a seat on one side of the table. Warren sat near his buddies. "Hello, Hamilton," Stephano said, fidgeting even more. "Been listening in the next room," Jaynes said with a smile. "And I'm suddenly wondering if you're being truthful." "Of course I am." "Of course. Look, ever heard the name Eva Miranda?" Stephano repeated it slowly, as if totally confused by it. "Don't think so." "She's a lawyer in Rio. A friend of Patrick's." "Nope." "Well, see, that's what bothers me, Jack, because I think you know precisely who she is." "I've never heard of her." "Then why are you trying to find her?" "I don't know what you're talking about," Stephano said rather weakly. Generated by ABC Amber LIT Converter, http://www.processtext.com/abclit.html Underbill spoke first. He was looking directly at Stephano, but he spoke to Jaynes. "He's lying." "He certainly is," said Oliver. "No question about it," Warren added. Stephano's eyes darted from voice to voice. He started to say something, but Jaynes showed him his palms. The door opened, and one more comrade from the Underbill-Oliver-Warren school walked in just far enough to say, "The voice analysis shows sufficient proof of lying." His announcement over, he withdrew immediately. Jaynes picked up a single sheet of paper and summarized from it. "This is a story appearing in a Rio paper this morning. It tells of the kidnapping of a Mr. Paulo Miranda. His daughter is Patrick's friend, Jack. We've checked with the authorities in Rio. No ransom demand. Nothing from the kidnappers." He slid the paper in the direction of Stephano, but it stopped out of his reach. "So where is Mr. Miranda?" "I don't know. I don't know what you're talking about." Jaynes looked at the other end of the table. "Still lying," Underbill said. Oliver and Warren nodded their agreement. &qu...
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