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He got out his key; put his hand on the door knob. The door was open. He wondered about that too. It wasn't like Trundle not to have locked the door when she left. Maybe, he thought, she'd come back for something and forgotten to lock the door.
He went into the office. Trundle's typing desk and, on the left of the room, her other desk, were orderly. She was a tidy person. Everything looked normal. He went into his own room; switched on the light. He stood in the doorway, looking at it.
From where he stood he could see that the righthand drawer of his desk had been smashed open. The drawer was three-quarters open, the lock burst. O'Day sighed. He walked slowly across the room; stood looking at the drawer. There had been nothing in it except half a bottle of whisky. He'd always kept it locked, but Trundle had a key in case she wanted to leave a confidential message on one of the occasions when he came back to the office late. There was no manila envelope with the letter which Needham had written him, and there was no money. But there were a few pieces of charred paper in the ash-tray on the desk and, lying in the bottom of the open drawer, was a torn half sheet of quarto paper. Typed across it were the words:

"I hope you like this, sucker. I can do with the money and I burned the letter that was with it. I was too bored to read it, and it might annoy you. This is just a little on account. R.V."

O'Day sighed again. He closed the drawer; turned off the light; went through the outer office. He

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