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She said nothing.
" Strangely enough," O'Day continued, "she wasn't too happy either at the time. For a long time she'd been making a play for her husband's partner-me. But he wasn't playing; she didn't like that; she didn't like her husband; she didn't like anything. But she was, as I have told you, a very attractive woman. So she put the fluence on Nicky Needham, and, being a man who wasn't used to dealing with such an alluring person as she was, he not only fell for her; he also talked to her.
" Now Mrs. Merys Vanner is a very astute woman. And she got to work on Nicholas Needham so effectively that he agreed to spend a night or two with her at the Sable Inn at Totnes. They were only there one night, and it was all very carefully laid on. But she got what she wanted out of him. She got the whole story-the story of Pavin, his background, and what he was trying to do to Mrs. Deane. How am I going, Merys?"
She said in a flat voice: "I think it's a very interesting story."
" You haven't heard anything yet," said O'Day. "Needham said that he was going away in a week or two to Africa, but he didn't like the situation being left where it was. He hated the thought of going away and Mrs. Deane being left to the tender mercies of Pavin, and he told this woman-this Merys Vanner -that his plan was to go and see some reputable private detective; to commission him to check up on the Pavin facts and look after Mrs. Deane.
" By this time Merys Vanner had made her own plans. She proposed to deal with the situation herself

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