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woman, he thought. She would use anything for her own advantage.
He stubbed out his cigarette. He thought that, actually, the way to play life was always obvious. You just followed your nose and hoped for the best.
He got up; turned off the fire. He finished the whisky and soda; went to bed.


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O'Day woke up on Monday morning at ten o'clock. He rang for breakfast and when it was brought sat up in bed, drinking coffee, thinking about Needham. He remembered Needham-not too clearly, because lots of things had been happening at the time when he'd met him during the war years in America, but there was still a fairly clear picture in his mind.
Needham was a tall, thin New Englander. His mentality, O'Day had thought, was peculiar. He was almost Victorian in his outlook, especially about women, to whom he would not be very attractive. Needham had done him a good turn when O'Day, in the course of an investigation, had taken a short cut that was a little too short for the American authorities who were then employing him.
O'Day ate toast and marmalade, and thought he couldn't see Needham mixed up in any business about a woman that wasn't entirely proper. Or could he? When it came to women you never knew a great deal about any man and even an ascetic type like Needham might go haywire if he met the right type of girl. The tougher they were the harder they fell. But he could

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