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closed and locked the outer office door. He thought he'd certainly have to get someone to paint out the name of Vanney' on the door.
He walked slowly down the stairs. On the way down his mind switched back to Merys Vanner. He thought she was a very interesting person-so interesting that most of the time you didn't know which way her mind worked. He thought that somehow for his own sake he'd have to find that out.
He drove through the deserted West End, through Kensington on to the Staines road. He sat relaxed behind the driving wheel, a cigarette hanging from the corner of his mouth. He thought it was too bad about the seven hundred and fifty pounds, especially at a time like this. He wondered what Vanner was going to do with it. Maybe, he thought, he'd use it to begin divorce proceedings. O'Day's mouth twisted into a cynical smile.
Thirty-two miles outside London he swung the car into a side road. He drove down a long carriage-way; pulled up eventually at an attractive house shielded from the road by a line of trees. It stood in a courtyard, and the moon illuminated its antique front and portico.
O'Day parked the car in the courtyard; rang the bell. He waited patiently until the door was opened. Then he said: "Good evening."
The man inside looked like a family retainer. He wore striped trousers and a black, alpaca jacket. His hair was grey with long side-whiskers. He looked almost benevolent.
He said: "Good evening, Mr. O'Day. We haven't seen you for a long time."

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