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LAURETTA

house he used to hang out of the window watching her till she was out of sight. But he wasn't the boy for her."
O'Day said: "That sounds like Needham. He was always scared of women. Or maybe she told him that she'd rather be a sister to him." He grinned at the landlord.
" That's what we thought," said Filson. "But it was easy to understand. She was some baby, I'm telling you. I've never seen anyone like her. Everybody at the school was stuck on her. She used to have some of us over to tea-or for a drink in the eveningsometimes. She had something-that one. A sort of odd quality that got under your skin. But she was one of those that nobody ever got to first base with. Nice and friendly but with a cold undercurrent. If you get me?"
" I get you," said O'Day. "Now I understand. I had a letter from Needham the other day. He asked me to give his regards to his hostess at Mallowfieldbut omitted to mention her name. But if there's no one there she must have gone."
Filson shook his head. "She's still there-but not at Mallowfield. She lives in a house called the Dower House on the other side of the estate. Her name's Deane-Mrs. Lauretta Deane. If you go over there give her my regards. Tell her that Jacky Filson asked to be remembered to her. She did me a good turn once. When I got back and applied for the licence for this pub she put in a good word for me with the owners."
" O.K. I'll give her your message." O'Day finished his drink. "And thanks for the information."

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