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NEMESIS

"Dear Terence O'Day,
" I expect you have some recollection of me, no matter
how vague it may be. Anyway, back in the States during the war years, I was able on one occasion at least to make things a little easier for you. Do you remember? I hope you will because now I want you to do something for me.
" I came to your office this morning because I was told there was a chance that you might be there, but in any event if you weren't there I could leave this letter for you; that I could rely on you dealing with the situation. Unfortunately, I have to leave to-night for Africa, and the nature of my business abroad does not permit me to give you an address. So I am writing this letter and I will leave an additional note at your apartment so that if you get back to-morrow, Sunday, you will know that this letter is waiting for you in your office. Maybe you'll come down here at once and deal with it because it's urgent and important so far as I am concerned.
" I don't think you are going to have a lot of difficulty in dealing with this job, especially after you've read the information I have to give you, but it is a thing that will require delicate handling and although I don't know a great deal about your methods of work I have been given to understand that you are the man for the job.
" Here are the facts: For the greater part of the war I was the executive commanding officer at the Parachute School at Mallowfield-an estate in Sussex. The house was occupied originally by a Mrs. Lauretta Deane, but the War Office took it over to be used as a more or less secret parachute school during the war, and Mrs. Deane contented herself with living at the Dower House on the other side of the estate.
" Mrs. Deane was a very charming, kind and attractive

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