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stroke of luck I've been able to prove it. On the Saturday that Needham came to my office to see me he not only left a long letter for me there, but he came to my flat afterwards and left another note just in case I went there first. You understand that?"
She said: "Well, supposing he did?"
O'Day grinned at her. "You remember when you stayed with him in Devonshire he sent a note to a local garage asking them to pick up his car and service it and fill the tank. You must remember that, because it must have been you who handed the note to the porter or whoever it was delivered it. See what I mean?"
" No," she said. "I don't see what you mean."
" You damned fool," said O'Day. "The handwriting ... ?"
She said under her breath: "My God!"
O'Day's grin became even more cheerful. "Exactly. It's not so good, is it? You didn't think of that one. I went down to the Sable Inn and got that note of instructions. I've handed it, with the note Nicky Needham left at my apartment, to Chief DetectiveInspector Dougal. You know what he's going to do, don't you? He's going down to the garage to verify that I did secure that note from them. They'll remember all right. I paid them a five-pound note for it. When Dougal's done that he's going to have the handwriting checked by an expert, and when he's done that he's going to know that you're a goddam liar, Merys. Unluckily for you that isn't the worst."
She said in a hard voice: "No?" She smiled at him. "Tell me what the worst is, Terry."
" Work it out for yourself," said O'Day. "The

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