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You seem to know the district well. I'm interested in Mallowfield. I wanted to look over the place."
The landlord grinned. "I ought to know the place well. I was there in the war." He sighed. "Those were the days."
O'Day said: "You were there when it was a parachute agents' school? It must have been exciting."
Filson nodded; raised the stump of his arm. "I was trained at Mallowfield. I was in the Second S.A.S. I lost this fin in Normandy-made a bad drop. It was darn lucky the Jerries didn't get me. It wasn't funny lying up in a little wood for three days with a smashed elbow. Luckily our people got there first."
" Hard luck," said O'Day. "I wonder if you came across a friend of mine at the school at Mallowfield. An American-Colonel Nicholas Needham?"
Filson drew himself a pint of beer. "I knew him. He was in charge of the school. He didn't instruct. He was the administrative officer." He grinned. "We used to call him Naughty Needham," he concluded. "Here's how!" He took a swig at the pint pot.
O'Day said: "So he was a bad boy with the girls? Well ... you know what Yankees are."
" No ... nothing like that," said Filson. "We used to call him Naughty Needham just because he wasn't. He wasn't a bit like a Yank in that respect. He was keen on the woman who owned Mallowfield. He used to look at her like a stuck-pig. He was always hanging around; taking her places; going for walks around the grounds with her. We all thought that he was going to marry her-or try to. If she went past the

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