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Filson grinned. "Always glad to help," he said. His grin widened. "If you see Naughty Needham, and you want to upset his apple-cart, you can tell him that Mrs. Deane seems to have fallen for somebody at last. That'll put Naughty's nose out of joint."
" I'll let him know," said O'Day. "So she's met her fate. What's he like?"
" I don't know," said the landlord. "His name's Pavin. Comes from Paris, I believe. It's only a rumour, of course - but rumours around here are usually right. This Pavin seems to spend a lot of time at the Dower House. He told a pal of mine that he expected to marry pretty soon. And everyone thinks it's going to be Mrs. Deane. Well ... I hope to see you again."
" Surely. ..." O'Day went out of the bar parlour.
It was just after two o'clock when O'Day drove along the narrow dirt road that was bounded by the Mallowfield high wall. Here and there, through an iron gate in the wall, or a five-barred gate leading to a pathway, he caught glimpses of the house, standing back nearly half a mile from the road, in the middle of undulating parkland.
A hell of a good spot for a school for parachute agents, he thought. Secluded, comfortable, well away from Hailsham, it must have been an ideal spot in which to teach its adventurous pupils their jobs. O'Day wondered where they were now....
The wall curved abruptly. O'Day followed the curve. Soon he came to an iron gate. Beyond it he

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