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MERYS

If any messages come through for me write them out and leave them in my room."
He got into the car; drove in the direction of Long Acre. He thought that his instructions to the porter might be amusing. It presupposed that he might be going somewhere. If he were, he wasn't quite certain where. But the idea was there and who knows-it might be a good one!
When he went into his office Miss Trundle was sitting at her desk examining her finger-nails. Miss Trundle was not at all like her name. She was of middle height, of good figure and had a definite clothes sense. She was a medium blonde and wore light shell glasses which added a whimsical touch of almost grandmotherliness to a very attractive face. She had been with O'Day since he had started the business. She did not like Vanner. She did not like Merys Vanner. Her attitude towards O'Day was a little odd-at least she thought so. She wasn't quite certain whether she disapproved of him or whether she was rather fond of him. Actually, although she didn't realise it, the two things went together.
She said: "Good morning, Mr. O'Day. I'm afraid there's been a spot of bother." She said this with a bright smile as if it were something pleasant and not too important.
" I know," said O'Day. "I was here on Saturday night. Somebody burst my whisky drawer open and took an envelope out. You're perturbed about it, aren't you?„
She said: "Not if you aren't."
O'Day turned round the chair at her typing table so that it faced her. He sat down.

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