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deal with as best you can. He remembered the song:
'Just One o f Those Things.'
He let himself into his apartment block; went up in the lift to the first floor. There was an envelope lying on the carpet in the hallway of his apartmentan envelope that had obviously been pushed under the door. It was addressed to him but he did not recognize the handwriting.
He lighted a cigarette; mixed himself a whisky and soda. Then he tore open the envelope and read the letter.
There was no address at the top. It was dated that day and said:
" Dear O'Day,
" I wonder if you remember me-Nicholas Needham? I met you when you were on a job in America four years ago-one of those war-time things. Do you remember?
" I've had two days in London. I've been here, in England, for a month trying to make up my mind about this thing and whether I'd come and see you about it. Now I've got to do something and fate, in the shape of a friend I met a few weeks ago and who talked to me about you and your work, gave me your address and generally acted as a boost for Mr. `I'erence O'Day, decreed that when I did arrive at your office, this morning, you should be away.
" Your secretary told me she didn't know where you were. She expected you back soon. Also she didn't know where your partner was. That didn't interest me because I wasn't interested in your partner, and didn't want to talk to him.
" The thing is this: I want you to do a job for me. Something that our mutual friend told me would be right

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