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perhaps you might like to see her. Where could she get in touch with you? Anyway, I expect she'd like to ring you up to say thank you for this.' He said he'd rather she didn't ring him up. He said if she wanted to get in touch with him to send him a note. He said he'd be staying at the Splendide for a bit. How have I done, Terry?"
" Pretty well," said O'Day. He got up; began to walk about the room. After a while he said: "I shouldn't think that Merys was much of a person for writing notes. I shouldn't think she'd ever put anything that really mattered on paper. I think she's a person who'd always use the telephone. She's probably always used it when she's been communicating with Pavin."
She asked: "What are you getting at, Terry?"
" I was just wondering if Pavin had ever seen Merys' handwriting. However, we've got to take a chance sometimes." He went over to the desk; brought a writing pad and a fountain pen over to Mabel. He gave them to her. He said: "Write this note, Mabel. Just put 'London' at the top and the day 'Sunday' and say. ..." He began to dictate the letter.

"Thank you very much for being so hind to me. I knew that in the circumstances I could rely on you. I am leaving immediately, but I don't think it will be necessary for me to be away long. I expect you will understand what I mean-especially when I tell you that every cloud has a silver lining. But I'd like to see you soon, not because I want to ash for anything but because I think I ought to tell you one or two things that you should know.

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