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that she was in the hotel. He would go so as not to give Vanner any more reasons for suspicions. And she had intended him to go. And she had checked with Parker to find out that he had gone. For an obvious reason. She had an appointment with Pavin and did not wish O'Day to know of it.
O'Day lighted a cigarette. He said easily: "I expect I've met Mr. Pavin down here sometime or other. I heard some rumour that he was engaged to Mrs. Deane. I wondered if that was true."
" Everybody thinks so," said Parker. "They've been here quite a bit-although I must say they don't look like an engaged couple."
O'Day shrugged his shoulders. "I don't know what an engaged couple looks like." He grinned at the hall porter. "All I do know is that an old friend of mine-a Colonel Needham-who used to be at Mallowfield during the war-hoped to marry Mrs. Deane."
Parker said: "I think that was just a war-time friendship, Mr. O'Day. We used to see a lot of Colonel Needham. I talked to him about those days when he was down here two or three weeks ago."
" Those were the days ..." said O'Day. He went back to his table in the lounge; sat down; poured out some more tea. So that was that. Needham had been down two or three weeks ago. He'd been down to see Lauretta Deane. Either because he guessed she was in some sort of trouble or because she'd asked him to come down and told him about it. That was why Needham had written the letter to O'Day. He was scared for Mrs. Deane, who was now careful to deny that she was worried about anything. O'Day thought

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