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LAURETTA

Merys and Ralph Vanner and himself. It seemed to him that for some reason-remote at the momentthere was a point where the two affairs touched. O'Day recapitulated the points which interested him.
Needham had arrived in England about five weeks ago. Between three and four weeks ago he had been at the Sable Inn near Totnes with Merys Vanner. At just about the same time he had paid a visit to Mrs. Lauretta Deane whom he had met in the war; to whom he had proposed marriage and been turned down. For some reason or other he was concerned for the welfare or safety of Mrs. Deane and as a result decided to enlist the services of O'Day.
It seemed to O'Day, sitting in the darkness, smoking, that there might be some connection between Needham's worry about Mrs. Deane and the fact that she was now engaged to a man named Pavin who lived, or had been recently, in France. Maybe, thought O'Day, Needham had only heard of her engagement three weeks before. Maybe he was jealous of Pavin and wanted O'Day to make enquiries about him. But O'Day didn't believe that. Needham was not the sort of man to cry over spilt milk. If he was worried about Pavin he must have something to worry about. Mere jealousy would not bother him that much-or would it?
He brought his mind back to his own affairs. To the situation which existed between himself and Merys Vanner and Ralph Vanner. Obviously, at first glance, there could be no connection between the two things. But first glances could be wrong too. There was one definite connection and that was the fact that Needham had stayed at the Sable Inn with

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