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funny idea in his head about you. He told me he had an idea that you'd stayed at some dump called the Sable Inn or something like that in Devonshire with his wife two or three week-ends before. He wanted me to go down and do a check-up-
" What did you do about it?"
" Nothin'," said Nikolls. "I didn't like it. It's not my line. So I said there were lots of other guys would do that. I wasn't playin'."
" O.K. Thanks, Windy." O'Day got off the stool. "I'll be seein' you." He went out.
He picked up a cab at the end of Albemarle Street; drove back to his apartment. When he opened the door there was a letter on the table in the hallway. He recognized Macguire's handwriting. It said:
" Dear Terry,
" It hasn't been difficult finding out about your friend Tjeedham. He came over here with the first fair•sized American Intelligence detail. He was working in London for some time but from what you told me on the telephone that doesn't interest you a great deal. He had half a dozen different jobs; was in town for about six or eight months.
" Then he went down to a place near Alfriston in Sussex. He worked down there with some English Intelligence people at a big house that was used as a training school for parachute agents. You know the idea. He was down there for the rest o f the war. He seemed to like it. I tried to get a line on any woman in the neighbourhood that he'd been fairly friendly with, but this wasn't easy because as you know people at these schools, which were very secret organisations, were not encouraged to make

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