‘Never mind the picture. Somebody other than you or Owen must have had access to that credit card. We’re going to run through a few people, OK?’
‘All right,’ she mumbled, cowed.
‘Elizabeth Tassel supervised work on the house in Talgarth Road, right? How was that paid for? Did she have a copy of your credit card?’
‘No,’ said Leonora.
‘Are you sure?’
‘Yeah, I’m sure, cos we offered it to her and she said it was easier just to take it out of Owen’s next royalties cos he was due some any time. He sells well in Finland, I dunno why, but they like his—’
‘You can’t think of any time where Elizabeth Tassel did something for the house and had the Visa card?’ (The Silkworm, by Robert Galbraith)
When he was expected to get money that is to given to him, I can remind this structure: 'some money was due to him.' It seems that this structure in the book, 'he was due some,' has the equvivalent menaning, but I'm not sure. Do both denote the same meanig or is there some other differnent meaning?