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now," said the Assistant Commissioner. "Do you propose to see her?"
" By all the rules I ought to go and see her at once, sir. I could throw quite a scare into her, couldn't I? She told her husband a cock and bull story and she told us a cock and bull story. But I think I'll leave her alone just for the moment. You see, I'm rather interested in O'Day."
" I can understand that," said the Assistant Commissioner. "But if he's not concerned with this Sable Inn affair it puts him in a very much better position-with us I mean."
" I'm perfectly certain he had nothing to do with that murder, sir. I've had the handwriting checked, and our man says that the note of instructions about the car and the note which Needham left at O'Day's flat were written by the same person. But I am interested in that note. You remember when I checked up originally on O'Day, we discovered that he was at Plumpton races last Saturday. He went back to his flat, and he found the note from Needham which had been left for him. This note says that Needham had been in England for some weeks. It doesn't explain why he put off seeing O'Day until the last moment -the day he intended to leave for Africa. I wish it did. However, it did say that Needham had written out the whole of some story which he wished O'Day to investigate and left it at his office. I thought I might get some sort of line if I investigated that part of the affair.
" So this morning I went to O'Day's office and saw his secretary-Miss Trundle-a very intelligent girl." Dougal smiled a little grimly. "I was very pleasant

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