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O'Day. "So I can't tell. Who was exaggerating what situation-Needham?"
She said: "I think so. You know, Nicky Needham was an odd type of man. He was unlike any American I've ever met. He had the idea that he didn't get on well with women-quite a stupid one, because Nicky was rather a nice man. But when he was in charge of the parachute school at Mallowfield I thought he was very lonely. He liked talking to me." She shrugged her shoulders. "I like talking to people too. I'm interested in people. 1 was interested in most of the young soldiers who were at the school. I did my best to make life pleasant for them. I gave some cocktail parties and things like that. And Nicky liked going for walks with me. Most days he would come over to the Dower House in the evening for a cocktail.
" After a little while I realised that he was becoming rather too serious for my liking. I didn't want that because although I liked him a great deal and respected him for many things, he wasn't the sort of man I should ever fall in love with. Do you understand?"
" I understand," said O'Day. "I can imagine Needham being the sort of man you've described. Of course I never knew him from that point of view. In fact I only knew him quite casually. But I understand what you say."
She went on: "I had to make it obvious to him eventually that it was only possible for us to be friends."
O'Day asked: "And how did he take that?"
" Quite well.... He indicated that if that was how I wanted it that was how it was going to be. Then, when the war was over, he went away. I've never seen him since until some weeks ago, when he suddenly

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