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and she didn't want Needham talking to private detectives. Somehow he had to be headed off. So she thought of a very good idea. She said that she knew the man to go to; that he wasn't in London at the moment but would be back some time before the end of the month. She said she knew this man very well; that he was trustworthy and reliable and that when Needham was away she would see that he did what he was paid to do. Do you still like it, Merys?" O'Day grinned at her.
" It's very dramatic." She smiled cynically. "I'd like to hear some more."
" You shall. This Merys Vanner was clever. She didn't tell Needham the name of the detective she was going to send him to. But you know his name and so do I. It was a man called Terence O'Day. Now Needham felt very much better. He didn't mind the idea of going Away so much. From time to time he got in touch with Mrs. Merys Vanner and asked her if the detective was back in London yet. She always said no, but not to worry because he certainly would be back before Needham left.
" And," said O'Day with a smile, "she knew that this detective-this Terence O'Day-never went to his office on a Saturday morning. So on the Friday, when Needham was getting very impatient, she telephoned him and told him the name of the detective and his office address. She said that she expected he would be back in his office on Saturday morning; that in any event if he was not there then he'd be there on the Monday. She said as Needham had to leave on Saturday evening, if O'Day wasn't there it would be all right for Needham to leave a sealed letter

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