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MERYS

Not very interesting, thought O'Day. But what was interesting was that the note was written by the same person who'd left the note for him at his flatNicholas Needham.
O'Day sat down in the chintz-covered armchair. Even he was surprised.
He said: "Well, I'll be damned!"


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It was six o'clock on Tuesday evening when O'Day stopped his car outside his apartment block; went upstairs. There were no messages.
He took off his coat; mixed himself a whisky and soda; carried it into the bedroom; lay on the bed. He lay there looking at the ceiling, trying to shape in his mind some basis for the very peculiar connection between Merys Vanner and Needham.
He thought that perhaps it wasn't so difficult to understand. Underneath his New Englander's austerity, Needham, he supposed, was human enoughcertainly human enough to fall for Merys Vanner if she wanted him to fall for her. It would be interesting, thought O'Day, to know just how they'd met; just why Merys had selected Needham as her companion for the Sable Inn adventure. It wouldn't be difficult, O'Day ruminated, to steer him through the process. She probably knew the Sable Inn. Maybe she'd stayed there before. She must have been quietly amused at the idea of writing his-O'Day's-name in the register. O'Day grinned. His sense of humour was even broad enough to appreciate that fact.

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