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you keep to the main road there's a notice-board when you come to the turning that leads to the inn. If you drive at your usual rate it ought to take you about five and a half hours."
O'Day said: "O.K. Did you get in touch with Nikolls?"
She nodded. "It was Nikolls did the job for Mr. Vanner. I told him you'd give him a ring to-morrow; that you wanted to talk to him. He said he'd be glad to see you."
O'Day sat down on the typing table. He said: "Nellie, listen to me. I expect you've noticed a certain atmosphere in this office for the last three or four months."
" I'm not dumb, blind or silly," said Miss Trundle. "You mean Mrs. Vanner?"
" I mean Mrs. Vanner. 1'm going away. I may be back some time to-morrow. I might be longer. Play things along while I'm gone. If you can, find out where Vanner is. If Mrs. Vanner should come to the office by any chance, tell her I'm away; you don't know where I am or when I'll be back. Have you got that?"
She nodded.
He went on: "There's something else. You remember Macguire the officer in the special branch who was doing liaison work with American Intelligence details over here during the war? Get in touch with him. Make it a personal thing. Say that I'd be very glad if he'd ring my flat to-morrow night and, if I'm not there, try each day till he gets me. I want to talk to him particularly."
" Very well, Mr. O'Day."

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