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o'clock to-morrow morning. Good night, Nellie." He hung up.
He went back to the sideboard; picked up the glass of Martini; stood leaning against the sideboard, sipping it. He thought the meeting in the office at ten o'clock might be amusing. He hoped Vanner would be sober. He thought he would be. Vanner, thought O'Day, had had it. He'd made his enquiries at the Sable Inn and received some sort of verification of Merys Vanner's story. O'Day thought, with a cynical grin, that it was going to be very amusing when he-O'Day-produced Needham's note of instructions about the motor-car to the local garage, and the letter that Needham had left at O'Day's apartment. He wondered what Vanner was going to say when he realised that the handwriting was identical. He wondered what he was going to say when O'Day proved to him that it was Needham who'd stayed at the Sable Inn with his wife.
He finished the cocktail; undressed; bathed; lay down on his bed. He lay there in the darkness wondering about this and that. But most of the time he found his mind straying to Mrs. Lauretta Deane who, he thought, was so much more interesting than anyone else.
At half-past nine he got up; dressed; drove to the office. He arrived there a few minutes after ten. He opened the front door; went up the stairs, along the passage-way. There was no light showing through the glass door of O'Day Investigations. So Vanner and Merys had not arrived. O'Day unlocked the door; went in.
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