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in Mrs. Deane. The odd thing about her was that she hadn't married again. He wondered what her first husband had been like; whether she was a widow; whether there had been a divorce. She had everything-looks, charm, figure, a sense of dress and, apparently, money. Women with those attributes seldom stayed single-unless there was a reason. O'Day thought he would have to know a little more about the background of Mrs. Deane before he came to any definite conclusions.
In any event life was intriguing, and inclined to be amusing, he thought. Especially when he found his own life and business mixed up with Needham and Merys Vanner and Ralph Vanner and (possibly) Mrs. Deane. He thought that perhaps he didn't mind his life being mixed up with Mrs. Deane. That might be even more amusing....
O'Day concluded that even now things were beginning to straighten themselves out. They usually didif you played them off the cuff and followed your nose. He thought that the Ralph Vanner/Merys Vanner proposition might be solved fairly easily. Once he had found Ralph Vanner; produced the evidence of the note of instructions to the Devonshire garage written by Needham; proved to Vanner that Needham was the man who had stayed at the Sable Inn with Merys -once he did that, even Vanner-no matter how jealous he was-would have to see reason. But at this moment O'Day thought the time was not ripe for producing these facts. Merys would be wary and try some other angle. Much better to let her believe that she was holding the trump cards....
O'Day got up; walked over to the glass-fronted

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