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up your street; something requiring your own particular sort o f mentality. It's a rather peculiar commission to ask an investigator to undertake. It concerns a very charming woman with whom I was very much in love during the War years; to whom I proposed and who turned me down. A rather lovely person who lives in Sussex.
" She is very nice-rather lonely-and I think that unless she is helped very quickly there is a great deal of trouble before her one way or another. Unfortunately, because I have to leave for Africa to-day, I can't do anything about it. But you might be able to.
" I asked your secretary, Miss Trundle, what was the best way of getting into touch with you. She said she didn't think you'd be at your apartment but if I liked to leave a note for you in the office I could do so. So she gave me a pad and put me into the small waiting room next to your office, and I sat down and wrote the whole of the story-everything I thought, everything I knew and what I wanted you to do.
" When I'd done it I felt better. When you were working in America I found out enough about you to make me believe that you were the sort of person who wouldn't leave a job without doing his best to fix it up one way or the other, and I hoped that you'd remember that I once did something for you.
" Anyway the whole story's there. I wrote it out at length; borrowed a stout manila envelope from Miss Trundle. I put the story in the envelope with seven hundred and fifty pounds in five-pound bank notes. I should think your expenses might be half that sum. The rest is for you. She said she'd put it in the right-hand drawer of your desk. She said you'd probably get it within the next day or two.

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