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of instructions, with his fee, so that O'Day would get it when he did return. And early on Saturday morning Mrs. Vanner rang up the office to make certain that O'Day wasn't there. She was relieved to hear that his secretary wasn't even certain when he'd be back.
" Needham arrived about ten-thirty. He asked for O'Day; was told that he wasn't there. So he wrote his letter. He wrote the letter on a correspondence pad given him by O'Day's secretary. He did this in the waiting-room. He put the sheets of paper in a large envelope with seven hundred and fifty pounds in notes. Then he left. It was rather unfortunate," said O'Day with another grin, "that Mrs. Merys Vanner didn't know that late that afternoon he took the trouble to leave a note at O'Day's apartment.
" I imagine that Mrs. Merys Vanner kept a very close observation on O'Day's office on Saturday morning-probably from a car parked on the other side of the road. She saw Needham arrive; she saw him leave some time afterwards. She knew he'd have written the letter. A little while after that she saw Miss Trundle, the secretary, come out of the office building. She didn't like that because it wasn't the right time for her to leave, so she still waited. And that was probably when she saw Ralph go into the office. He must have read that letter; put it into another envelope; gone away. Then Merys Vanner saw Miss Trundle return and leave the office again just after one o'clock. I'm not guessing badly, am I, Merys?"
She said: "Go on." She was looking into the fire. "Mrs. Vanner went up to the office," went on

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