chapter  3
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The Redhill Sisterhood.

‘They want you at Redhill, 1 now,’ said Mr. Dyer, taking a packet of papers from one of his pigeon-holes. ‘The idea seems gaining ground in many quarters that in cases of mere suspicion, women detectives are more satisfactory than men, for they are less likely to attract attention. And this Redhill affair, so far as I can make out, is one of suspicion only.’