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easily imagine him worrying about a woman of whom he had been fond, to whom he had proposed and who had turned him down. O'Day thought that the fact that the American had been sufficiently in love with a woman to propose marriage to her would cause him to take quite an interest in her future. Apparently he had; was not satisfied with it; was worrying about it; wanted to do something about it.
But why hadn't Needham come to see him about this business before? He had been in England for some time and he left something which was to him important till the last two days of his stay. Then he'd gone off on some very private business. O'Day thought that he could guess about that one. Needham had been working on a line of American intelligence. He was a Colonel in the Intelligence Corps, and he was probably still doing some under-cover work for Uncle Sam.
O'Day sighed. He thought it was a pretty tough proposition to be handed a case about which you knew nothing except that some woman somewhere might be heading for some sort of trouble. He shrugged his shoulders.
He got out of bed; bathed; began to shave. Now his mind switched to Vanner. Something definite had to be done about Vanner. Or had it? O'Day played with the idea of finding Vanner and talking sense to him in a very hard way. Then he thought that perhaps the idea wasn't so good. Vanner had been sold a sensational story by Merys and believed it. Because, whatever his faults might be, Vanner was not fundamentally dishonest. He wouldn't have stolen the Needham money out of the drawer unless he was

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