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He stared at Pitt with unaffected dislike, although the superciliousness of the look was somewhat spoiled by the fact that Pitt was several inches taller. “Inspector Pitt, of the police,” Pitt said soberly. “May I speak with Mr. and Mrs. ” He assumed assent and was about to go in, but the footman stood his ground. “Mr. Nash is not at home. I will see if Mrs. Nash will receive you,” he said with distaste, then backed half a step. ” Pitt looked around him. The house was larger than it had appeared from outside.