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to get in touch with you before he left the country. I gave it to him and he went."
O'Day asked: "What happened then?"
" I left the envelope on my desk," she answered. "Then I went out and had some coffee and a sandwich. I thought I'd go back before one o'clock in case you'd come in. I went back to the office after I'd had my coffee, took the envelope from my desk and put it in the whisky drawer in your desk and locked the drawer. I knew that if you came into the office you'd look there to see if I'd left a note for you.
O'Day asked: "When you went back to the office after your coffee, and picked up the envelope from your desk, did you look at it?"
" No, I didn't. Why should I? Surely you don't think, Mr. O'Day, that "
" I don't think anything. O.K., Nellie. That's all. I'll probably be in the office to-morrow some time. Good night."
He hung up the receiver. He stood by the telephone table with the cigarette-which had gone outhanging from the corner of his mouth.
He began to grin. It would be damned funny, he thought, if his idea was right.
O'Day stopped the car a hundred yards down the road from the Palissade Club. He leaned back in the driving seat, smoked a cigarette and considered the implications of the situation between Nicholas Needham and Mrs. Deane, and the situation between

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