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The idea was so peculiar it fascinated him. I f it was true it altered the whole set-up. But it was a hell of a big `if.'
He walked across to the telephone; called Nellie Trundle's home number. She came on the line at once.
O'Day said: "Listen, Nellie ... I want you to take your mind back to last Saturday. I want you to go through everything that happened from the time that you arrived at the office. Don't leave anything out. Not the smallest detail. Understand?"
She said: "Yes ... I'll try and get it quite straight and leave nothing out." She paused for a moment; then went on: "I got to the office at nine o'clock. I opened the mail and thought that there wasn't anything very important. Then I wondered if you'd show up; or if Mr. Vanner would appear. Nothing happened for about an hour-or something like thatand then Mrs. Vanner rang up."
She thought for a moment. "I think it was about ten-thirty when Colonel Needham arrived at the office. He must have been talking to me for about ten minutes. I think it was I who suggested that he might write a note and leave it for you. I gave him a writing pad and a small envelope and put him into the waitingroom to write his note. He called out to me that he wanted a large, quarto-sized, thick envelope. So I gave him one. He was in the waiting-room for quite a while. Then he came out with the envelope already sealed. It was very bulky-so much so that I thought there must be some enclosures in it. He gave me the envelope and asked if he could have your private address and telephone number just in case he was able

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