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NEMESIS

O'Day. "She opened the door with a key she'd got from her husband some time or other; went in. She knew that Miss Trundle would leave the letter in the locked drawer of O'Day's desk. So she broke it open. You know, I always thought a woman had broken the drawer open. So does Dougal. A man wouldn't have used half that force; he'd know the lock was easily smashed. Then she took out the Needham letter; tore open the envelope; extracted the money; looked at the letter and put the whole lot in her handbag.
" Then she went into the outer office; took two or three sheets of copying paper from Miss Trundle's desk; burned them in the ash-tray on O'Day's desk. She typed out a note purporting to come from her husband, saying that he'd taken the money and burned the letter. She left the note in the broken drawer. Then she went off, but being a very clever woman," said O'Day with a wry smile, "she switched on the light in the outer office so as to plant in somebody's mind the idea that whoever had been in the office and done all this had done it after dark at a time when she was going to be at the Splendide Hotel at Eastbourne. Do you still like it, Merys?"
She shrugged her shoulders. She said nothing.
O'Day continued: "Between the time she heard the story from Needham at the Sable Inn and the time when she stole the letter from O'Day's drawer, she'd been putting in a lot of work. I told you she was a very astute woman; that she loved money; that she was in a jam. She was in a jam because her husband was not working. He was drinking heavily because of something she'd told him about herself

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