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for you in the drawer saying the money had been taken and the letter burned. Then two or three sheets of Miss Trundle's carbon copy paper were burned in the ash-tray to support the story. That was done to stop you trying to find where Needham's letter was. If you thought it was burned you wouldn't look for it. Then this very clever person leaves the office and because they know they're going to have an alibi that night they switch the light on before they go, just so that you shall think the job was done at night."
O'Day asked: "Have you any idea as to who this mysterious person was?"
Dougal said: "Have you?"
" How should I know?" said O'Day.
" Quite. There isn't any way you would know, is there?" Dougal went on: "Tell me something else, O'Day. You don't know to any great extent what Colonel Needham wanted you to do, but you do know a little about it, don't you? You know he left seven hundred and fifty pounds and a long letter of instructions in your office. You haven't had the seven hundred and fifty and you haven't seen the letter of instructions. But you do know something. You know that the lady about whom Needham was concerned lives in Sussex. I suppose you wouldn't by any chance know who that lady is? You haven't tried to find out?"
O'Day said: "No, I haven't tried to find out."
Dougal got up. "Just one more question, Mr. O'Day. I suppose you wouldn't know where Mrs. Vanner is?"
" How should I? Isn't she at her apartments?" Dougal shook his head. "It seems that she went

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