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most of them oil-stained. The young man began to take them off. It was the last piece of paper.
He said: "There you are, sir. That's the easiest job I've done for a fiver for a long time." He handed the piece of paper to O'Day, who put it in his pocket.
O'Day said: "Nice work. There's the fiver. Maybe to-morrow you'd like to pick my car up and service it. It's outside the inn. Here are the keys."
Young Chaloner said: "This has been a good day for me." He grinned. "I'll go to Newton Abbot races next time and play it up a bit."
O'Day said: "Why not? Always follow your luck when it's in. So long."
He walked slowly back to the Sable Inn. He went to the reception desk. "Could I look at the register?" he asked.
The girl said: "Yes, Mr. Sheridan. Mr. James said you'd probably want to."
O'Day began to turn over the pages of the register. It didn't take him long to find out. It was twenty-two days before. It was a registration for a double room for "Mr. and Mrs. Terence O'Day."
O'Day sighed; closed the register. He said: "Thanks a lot."
He went up to his bedroom; switched on the light. Then he 'phoned down for a large whisky and soda.
He took the piece of paper from his pocket; went under the light; examined it. He whistled. The note was uninteresting enough. It said: "Please
clean plugs, adjust carburettor i f you know how to. Put in ten gallons and water. Tyre pressure twenty-eight front, thirty ,back. Check the oil. When you bring the car back leave the keys and the account at the reception."

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