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"After that I felt better. But I also thought that in case you returned to your apartment first and went off somewhere without going to the office I'd leave this note for you. She gave me your address. Well, there it is, O'Day. I hope you'll do what I ask. I hope you'll be successful. Maybe we'll meet again one of these fine days if I get through with the job I'm on. If we do we'll have a drink together. If not, that's too bad. So long and good hunting.
" Nicholas Needham."
O'Day put the letter in his pocket; drank some whisky and soda; sat down in an armchair. It seemed that the financial aspect of life was improving. a hundred and thirty pounds and seven hundred and fifty was nearly nine hundred and, he thought, you could do a hell of a lot with nine hundred pounds.
He stubbed out his cigarette; went into the bedroom; took off his dinner jacket. He was untying his tie when an idea occurred to him. He re-tied his black bow; put on his jacket; switched off the lights; went out of the flat. He walked back to the garage.
Five minutes later he drove towards his office in Long Acre. The street was dark and deserted. When he arrived he opened the outer door; locked it behind him; climbed up the long, old-fashioned flight of stairs to the first floor. At the end of the corridor through the half-glass door he could see the light in the office was on. O'Day wondered about that.
He walked down the passage, his footsteps echoing through the empty building. In front of the door he stopped, looking at it. On the frosted glass he could read O'DAY & VANNER INVESTIGATIONS. He thought maybe he'd be altering the name soon. He thought O'Day would look better by itself.

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