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blind and in a hell of a rage. O'Day visualised him coming into the office; smashing the drawer open; opening the envelope; stuffing the notes into his pocket; then burning Needham's letter in the ash-tray on the desk. That was all right. That was the sort of thing that Vanner would do if he was in one of his insensate rages brought on by too much liquor and a vindictive jealousy about Merys. And it was like him to have typed the note. He could never write-at least not legibly-when he was cock-eyed.
So he'd sat down at Trundle's desk, typed out the note, put it in the drawer and cleared out without bothering to lock the door behind him. That was all in the picture. And these guesses did not presuppose that Vanner was going to listen to reason. Therefore, why bother about it? O'Day wondered what he was going to do about anything. He thought "when in doubt don't" was a very good motto for people who liked doing nothing. But his mental make-up was much too active for that process. And he was annoyed. Underneath his suave exterior-although he seldom got excited about anything-O'Day was extremely annoyed with the situation.
The business which he'd carefully built up by himself before Vanner had ever come into the partnership was getting a pretty bad reputation. Something had to be done about that. He came to the conclusion that thinking about things wasn't a great deal of help.
He telephoned the garage for the car. When the porter rang through to say that it had arrived he packed a suit-case; had it taken down to the car.
He said to the porter: "I may be back. I may not.

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