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Dougal nodded. He put his umbrella and hat on the chair; opened his raincoat; sat down. O'Day handed him the glass of whisky and soda; mixed another for himself.
Dougal said: "The garage hand-the son who did the repairs on the car-saw Needham as he was driving away. His description tallied with your secretary's-Miss Trundle."
O'Day cocked an eyebrow. "So you've been combing my office? How did it stand up to it?"
" Not too badly. But if you don't mind, Mr. O'Day, I'd like you to give me a little information."
" Why not?" said O'Day. "But you might tell me something first. Are you asking me this information as a suspect or somebody who's in the clear?" He grinned. "I'd like to know for my own peace of mind."
" Listen," said Dougal. "I might as well tell you here and now that I don't think you killed Vanner. In point of fact I'll go so far as to say I'm quite happy about you in this case except for one or two things. I'd like you to tell me what happened; what you did when you came back to this apartment last Saturday night and found the note from Colonel Needham-the one you gave me-the note that told you that he'd left a letter of instructions and seven hundred and fifty pounds in notes at your office."
O'Day asked: "Why are you interested? You know, there's a rule in my profession that we never discuss our clients' confidential affairs."
Dougal said: "That's too bad. But all sorts of rules get broken in murder cases, you know, Mr. O'Day. I'm not asking you to say something that's

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