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receiver; smiled when he recognized the voice. It was Mrs. Deane.
She said: "Good evening, Mr. O'Day. I'm in London. I thought I'd take advantage of your invitation to come and see you. I'd like to talk to you."
" I'm glad you feel like that," said O'Day. "Tell me, Mrs. Deane, just how much do you feel like talking? Is it going to be a reconnaissance or are we going to talk a little truth for a change?"
She said.in the same cool voice: "I always speak the truth, Mr. O'Day. It isn't much good doing otherwise, is it?"
No ... not in certain circumstances." He went on: "I was just going out. I've an engagement in half an hour's time. I wonder if you'd like to come round at eight o'clock this evening. Would that be convenient to you?"
" I'll make it convenient. You see, Mr. O'Day, I feel I don't want you to go to any more unnecessary trouble."
" Thank you very much," said O'Day. "I promise you I won't-not any unnecessary trouble. Then I'll expect you at eight? This place is on the east side of Sloane Square. It's easy to find and you have the address on my card."
She said: "I'll be there."
O'Day hung up; went out; walked across the square to the garage.
He parked his car in Berkeley Square; walked up Hay Hill, down Albemarle Street. Windemere Nikolls was sitting on a high stool in the downstairs bar, drinking rye.
O'Day said: "Good evening, Windy."

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