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It was ten o'clock when O'Day woke up. He got out of bed; rang for coffee; bathed; dressed. When his breakfast arrived he drank two cups of coffee; ate a piece of toast. Then he walked round to the garage; got out the car.
When he went into the office, Nellie Trundle said:
" Good morning, Mr. O'Day. There's very little mail."
" Any 'phone calls?" asked O'Day.
" Yes ... Mrs. Vanner came through about ten minutes ago. She asked for you. I said you weren't here."
O'Day said: "What's she going to do?"
" She said she'd ring again in half an hour's time.
" She's going to be unlucky. I shan't be here."
" I see ..." said Miss Trundle. "The signwriter's coming round to do the door this morning, Mr. O'Day. I said you wanted the title to be just O'Day Investigations.
He grinned at her. "That is most appropriate.
Vanner's no longer with us."
She raised her eyebrows. "What do you mean, Mr. O'Day?"
" You'll find out soon enough," said O'Day. "Listen, Nellie, I'm going down to the country, but I'll be back at my apartment this evening some time. I think you'll find that the police will want to know where I am."

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