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amusing to run down here and make the acquaintance of the lady who didn't want to be Mrs. Needham."
She said: "Well .., now you've done that, haven't you? And I hope that you've found the process as amusing as you hoped. Are you as curious about the ladies all your other friends find themselves interested in? Do you motor about the country in these days of petrol rationing merely to inspect women to whom one of your friends has proposed? Or am I, for some unknown reason, a unique case, Mr. O'Day? And would you like to smoke another cigarette ... before you go?"
O'Day said quickly: "Actually, Mrs. Deane, I was very curious about you. You see Nicky is one of my oldest friends. I've known him for a long time. And I know all about him. He's an odd, quiet and rather lonely type-as you probably know. He's one of those people who are always looking for companionship and wanting to be friends with, or make a hit with, some fearfully nice woman. Nicky's a man who would give anything to be married to a charming person like you, but who, for some reason or other, will never make the grade. I knew that you and he used to meet and go for walks when he was commandant at the school here in Mallowfield, and I felt very sorry for him. I know Nicky well enough to know that if he proposed marriage to you he would be pretty hard hit at being refused. So I thought I'd come down and meet you and see. . . ."
" And see if you could do something about it?" she queried. "Did you come down here to intercede for your friend, hoping that I might change my opinion?"

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