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time. He and I have always talked pretty straightly to each other. When I met him at Plumpton to-day he talked plenty. He was almost disturbing.
She grimaced. "You don't mean to say that anything that Mr. Jennings of the International & General could have to say would disturb you, Terry? And I love hearing you talk. I love that very mild suggestion of a soft, south-west Irish accent you have. It thrills me."
O'Day said: "Fine. Now my day's made." He went on: "Jennings was a little worried about the International & General's Investigators - Messrs. O'Day and Vanner."
" No? Do tell me why. Don't tell me that my bread and butter's going to disappear." She looked at him archly. "Or have you and Ralph fallen out again, Terry?" Her eyes were laughing.
He said: "You should know. Jennings said that Ralph, whom I haven't seen for a week, has been on a five day jag; he said they've had no reports on the last four cases Ralph has been handling for them."
" This is serious, isn't it, Terry?" Her eyes were still amused. "I wonder what made Ralph go on a jag?„
He said: "You wouldn't know, of course. I suppose you haven't seen him?"
She shook her head. "Not for the last-" she thought for a moment-"six days."
" That means," said O'Day, "that when you did see him you started something. You sent him on a jag. Why?"
She shrugged her shoulders. She said demurely:

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