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paper. You know, the sort of flimsy stuff they take carbon copies on. That was the stuff that had been burned."
" So you think someone has Needham's letter? You think that if you had that letter you might know a great deal more about this case?"
Dougal nodded. "Obviously there's some connection between Needham and O'Day. Merys Vanner tells her husband, and other people, that she stayed at the Sable Inn with O'Day; she didn't; she stayed there with Needham. Needham wishes to see O'Day to give him some instructions about some lady somewhere in Sussex. There's got to be a connection. Somebody arrives and takes the letter and burns some copy paper in the cigarette ash-tray in order to make it appear that the letter has been destroyed, leaving O'Day in the dark because he was never able to read
it.
The Assistant Commissioner said: "Well, who could have got into the office? Isn't it reasonable to suppose that Ralph Vanner, who had it in for O'Day, might have removed the Needham letter?"
" It could be like that, sir. But I thought before 1 did anything else I'd like to talk to O'Day. I have the idea in my head that he's got a lot up his sleeve. But he's not worrying. I told you his attitude was quite carefree when I talked to him last time. He was unperturbed because he knows he's in the clear. He knew that he could shake the story about his having killed Vanner by proving that it was Needham who stayed with Merys Vanner at the Sable Inn. That was one point. But he knows a lot more.
" I told you," he went on ruefully, "that I had an

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