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friends-in any big way I mean-uiith the local inhabitants. The security angles were very strong.
" Anyway, one or two people who were instructors at the school with whom I've been in touch, couldn't make any suggestions on this point except one of them,--a Scot named MacDonald said he had the idea that Needham was the officer sent down there to take the house over; that it was a place called Mallowfield, belonging to some local family, and that the sitting tenant agreed to get out and allow the house to be requisitioned till the end o f the war.
" He had an idea that this tenant was a woman; that she lived in a small house right on the other side o f the grounds-which were extensive-called the Dower House. MacDonald said that maybe Needham was interested in somebody in the neighbourhood because he very seldom applied for leave and they used to pull his leg about it. He said they liked Needhar`ri; that he was a decent, straight guy, very fond of his work and respected by everyone. I hope this'll be of use to you. If it is, you can buy me a drink next time I see you.
Yours ever,
Patrick Macguire."

O'Day thought that was something anyway. Maybe the lady who was living in the Dower House, who had handed over her house to the Government for a parachute agents' school, was the lady in the case. Just as easily of course it might not he, because life was seldom as easy as that. He thought possibly next dayThursday-he'd go down to Alfriston and look round.
The telephone rang. O'Day picked up the receiver. Mabel Bonaventura's voice came through. By the

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