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jig-saw puzzle were beginning to make sense. But only just. The main piece was missing-the piece that might co-relate some of the peculiar behaviour on the part of the characters in the odd business that was intriguing him.
His back muscles ached. His left eye, beneath its covering of make-up, was still painful. He thought about Vanner. He thought that it was unlike Vanner to employ a couple of thugs to beat up an enemy. Vanner was reasonable when sober and stupid when cock-eyed. If he'd been sober it would have been like him to deal with O'Day personally. Or would it? O'Day concluded that Vanner must have been good and drunk to get somebody to use the old-fashioned method of a beating-up.
He thought about Needham. Here was some more contradiction. Needham, who had been friendly with Mrs. Deane; who had been so keen on her that he had proposed marriage to her; who was concerned for her to the extent of paying seven hundred and fifty pounds to O'Day to look after her interests, had been strange enough to be deflected by Merys Vanner and go off and spend a night with her at the Sable Inn. O'Day thought that one certainly didn't add up. Or did it? That depended on Needham and his point of view at the time. But O'Day thought he couldn't see Needham behaving like that for the obvious reason -in spite of Merys' looks and easily adopted charmnot unless he had something else in his mind-something that made the Devonshire trip worth while. People like Needham did not go off with one woman whilst they were worrying about another.

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