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and the man O'Day. So she had to think of her future. Do you know what she'd been doing in the meantime?"
Merys Vanner said in the same flat voice: "You tell me what she'd been doing, Terry."
" After the Sable Inn episode, when she heard Needham's story about Pavin, she went down to Sussex. She wanted to meet Mr. Pavin. So she met him. She went down there with the idea of blackmailing Pavin, and believe me she had something on him. But Pavin was no fool either. I can make several guesses about what happened during the next week or so, but my chief guess is this: Pavin, they tell me, is a very good-looking and attractive man. I think that, having been rebuffed by O'Day, and not liking her husband, Mrs. Merys Vanner was all out for a very good-looking and attractive man on whom she had something. Pavin suggested to her that it would be very much easier for them if they worked together. And that is why she afterwards kept the letter-the Needham letter that she'd taken from O'Day's drawer. I think," said O'Day, "that a woman as astute as she was wouldn't destroy that letter. She'd keep it just so that she'd always have something on Pavin if he didn't behave himself. How am I doing, Merys?"
She laughed suddenly-a high-pitched laugh. "Believe it or not, Terry, you're not doing so badly."
" Now," said O'Day, "a little complication arises. This Mrs. Merys Vanner had told her husband that she'd spent a night with O'Day at the Sable Inn. She thought she'd been very clever about that, but she hadn't been clever enough. Her husband asked a

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