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LAURETTA

He finished his lunch; got into the car. He thought the time had arrived when he might be going to take up a definite attitude of mind towards Mrs. Lauretta Deane. Then he thought of something else.
He drove to his garage off Sloane Square; saw the foreman in charge. He said: "George, I think my carburettor's not very good. You'll have to take it down. But I'm in a hurry. I can't wait. Can you hire me a car?"
George produced a sixteen horse-power Rover. O'Day got into it; drove away. He was glad he'd remembered about the car. He thought that it was more than likely that most policemen-especially in the country districts-would be on the look-out for his own Jaguar.
Two hundred and fifty yards on the other side of Chelsea Bridge he stopped the car; went into a call box. He spoke to `Directory'; got the telephone number of the Dower House at Mallowfield. He called through. The maid's voice answered:
O'Day said: "Good afternoon. This is Mr. O'Day. I'd like to speak to Mrs. Deane, and I'd like you to tell her that I consider the matter to be urgent."
The voice asked him to hold on. He waited, leaning up against the side of the call box.
Her voice came on the line.
O'Day said: "Good afternoon, Mrs. Deane. I want to see you rather particularly." He looked at his wrist-watch. "It's half-past twelve. That means, allowing time for your lunch, you might like to see me about three o'clock. Do you think you would?"
" Why should I, Mr. O'Day? Can you tell me of

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