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got it directly you arrived. So I put him in the waiting room; gave him a pad. He was there for quite some time. Then he asked me for a large envelope. I gave him one.
" When he came out of the waiting room he gave me the envelope. He said he wanted you to have it as soon as possible. I told him that you might possibly look in at the office on Sunday if you came back to London, and that I would put it in a drawer where I left messages for you. I went out for coffee and when I came back I put it in the whisky drawer and locked it.
" Is that all he said?" asked O'Day.
" No. He said good morning and was going out of the office. When he got to the door he said could he have your address because he'd like to leave another note for you there in case you went there before you came to the office. I gave it to him. I thought he looked the sort of person who ought to have it."
O'Day nodded. "Fine. Did anything else happen?"
" Yes. ..." Her tone changed slightly. There was an acid note in it. "Mrs. Vanner came through. I don't know what the time was, but I should think it would be about ten o'clock. She asked if you were in. I said no. She asked if I knew where you were. I said no ... had she tried your apartment? She said yes, you weren't there. So I told her," said Miss Trundle almost archly, "that I was afraid I couldn't help her."
O'Day got up. "You liked telling her that, didn't you?"
Miss Trundle said nothing.

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