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isn't she? Did she look like this?" He described Merys V anner.
" That's the one," said Mellins. "A rare piece, Mister ... I'm telling you!"
O'Day said: "So you remember all about it?"
The night porter nodded. "I remember her ... I remember her because it's usually the man who gives me a tip, but she looked after me. Two pounds she gave me when she came here and two pounds when she went."
O'Day said: "You didn't see her husband, did you?"
Mellins shook his head. "I go off at eight o'clock in the morning. And I didn't go back after I went out to take the note for her down to the garage on the main road."
" What note?" asked C'Day.
Mellins said: "Well, she came to the hotel between eleven and twelve, I'd say, and she signed the register and said her husband would be coming along later. She said he had some business in Tomes. Well, the reservation was made for them, so I took her upstairs; carried up her bag."
O'Day asked: "How did she arrive?"
" She came in a hired car from Totnes. Then about midnight she called down to me and asked if I could make her some tea. So I went down to the kitchen. We never lock the doors here at night. There's nobody around these parts and nobody ever comes in. So I reckon he arrived while I was making the tea, because when I came up I saw the car parked outside. When I took the tea up he was in the bathroom, so I never thought anything about it at the time."

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