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"And get me some of those old business cards," said O'Day.
Miss Trundle opened a drawer; took out a small box. She opened it; dropped the cards out on to the palm of her hand; gave them to O'Day. He went through the little pile of cards; selected one which read "Mr. John Sheridan, 14 Marlows Road, London, S.W.5 Legal enquiries. Divorce Investigations."
He said: "This one will do." He put it in his pocket.
He picked up his hat; walked to the door. "I'll be seeing you. Don't do anything that I wouldn't like to see reported in the public prints!" He grinned at her; closed the door; went down the stairs.
Miss Trundle thought she didn't know whether she liked him very much or whether he was just a rather attractive man who'd bitten off more than he could chew. For a moment she thought she didn't care very much, after which she qualified the idea. She thought that biting off more than you could chew wasn't a bad idea if you eventually managed to chew it! She thought O'Day would eventually chew it. He always did. Quite a man O'Day, Miss Trundle thought-even if he could be very annoying at times.
She shrugged her shoulders. She said: "What the hell!" Then she went back to work.
It was just after six when O'Day stopped the Jaguar in the attractive parking space before the Sable Inn. He got out of the car; stood looking at the hotel. A half-timbered building, it lay well back from the side

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