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The telephone on the bedside table jangled. It was Macguire.
O'Day said: "Listen, Mac. Will you do something for me-just a personal thing?"
Macguire said: "I know-just another of those personal things, hey? What trouble are you up to now?"
" I'm not up to any trouble. I'm in a spot of trouble. I'm trying to get out."
Macguire asked: "What is it you want, Terry?"
O'Day said: "During the war you were acting as liaison between men of the U.S. Intelligence groups operating in this country and your own section. Remember?"
" So what?" said Macguire.
" Only this," O'Day went on. "One of these eggs was a Colonel Nicholas Needham in the U.S. Intelligence. Rather a nice type of man. Well, Needham's been over here. He came to my office and left a note for me with some money. He wanted me to do something for him-a personal sort of job. He didn't see me because I was out of town and he left for Africa the same evening; didn't say where he was going because he's on some hush-hush sort of job. When I got back to my office I found there'd been an accident. My fool secretary, sealing a package, accidentally set fire to the letter he'd left for me. She lost her head and the thing was burned. But I do know this much. I know the rough purport of the letter.
" He wanted me to make a contact with a friend of his. I've an idea he wanted to help this friend over a tough spot. I also know that he met this friend in the district where he was stationed during the war.

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