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trouble. The whole story was going to be produced in front of O'Day, and Vanner was probably going to ask O'Day what was the way out and to apologise to him for his suspicions. So Pavin got through to you and told you that, and neither of you liked it very much, did you?
" Vanner would know that he'd left the Needham letter and the money on Miss Trundle's desk. It was going to be plain to him that it was his wife who had taken it; that it was she who had left the note for me in the drawer with his initials on it. Vanner was going to ask for that letter and he was going to ask for the money, and Mrs. Vanner and Mr. Pavin were going to find themselves in a hell of a spot with a threat held over their heads that if they didn't play ball O'Day or Vanner, or both of them, would go to the police. A nice little job, wasn't it, Merys? So you had to do something about it."
She asked: "So what did I do? I think your story is quite devastating, Terry. The only thing is I wonder if you can prove it. It's a very circumstantial story, isn't it?"
O'Day said: "It's good enough for me. I think that Mrs. Merys Vanner must by this time have acquired a great fondness for Mr. Pavin. A hell of a pair those two. Definitely comrades in arms, in more senses than one. However, Pavin had agreed to the meeting and I imagine the next morning Vanner telephoned his wife and told her to be at the office at ten o'clock. He instructed Miss Trundle to get in touch with O'Day and ask him to be there too. But neither Mrs. Vanner nor Pavin intended to keep that appointment, and by this time Mrs. Vanner's very

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