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"Look, Nellie," he said, "what went on here on Saturday morning?"
She said: "Well, it was perhaps unfortunate that I didn't know where you were. I didn't know where Mr. Vanner was-not that that mattered. A gentleman called Colonel Needham came in. It would be about half-past ten. He wanted to see you particularly. I thought he was pleasant. He was tall and stern in a rather nice sort of way. With iron grey hair. In fact he seemed a very nice type of man-a responsible type, if you know what I mean."
" I know what you mean-the sort of man that any woman would be safe with." O'Day grinned at Miss Trundle.
She said: "Well, if you want to put it that wayyes. He definitely wasn't your type of man."
" Nuts," said O'Day. "Well, what happened?"
" I told him that I didn't know where you were; that I'd already been through to your apartment and you'd left; nobody knew where you'd gone to, but you'd taken a suit-case. I knew that didn't mean a lot, but I told him that it was improbable that you would be back at your apartment over the week-end; that I didn't know where to reach you, but that I thought you'd be in touch with the office on Mondaythat is to-day.
" He said that wasn't any good; that he was leaving England on Saturday afternoon. Then I asked him if Mr. Vanner would do. I said I might possibly be able to find Mr. Vanner. He said he didn't want to see Mr. Vanner. He sat down and smoked a cigarette; then he asked if he could write a letter to you and if I would make certain that you

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