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Grogan asked: "Why is it funny?"
Dougal got up from the window ledge. "O'Day's been seeing her. I've had a tail on them both ever since this thing started. You know, sir, I always believe in giving people plenty of rope. O'Day, went to see her last Saturday night in her apartment in St. John's Wood. He was there for about a quarter of an hour. He came out and drove away. He returned three-quarters of an hour afterwards. He picked her up. She came out of the place with a suitcase; got into O'Day's car. He took her down to an inn near Goring-the Garter Inn. She was there all day Sunday. She didn't go out.
" O'Day went down there on Sunday evening. He was there for quite a while. Then he drove back home. She left yesterday morning."
Grogan asked: "Where did she go to?" "She went back to her flat."
The Assistant Commissioner lighted a cigarette. "You don't by any chance think that there was or is something on between O'Day and Merys Vanner?"
Dougal shook his head.
" Well, if there's nothing on between them, what's all this funny business about?" asked Grogan.
Dougal said: "I'll tell you what I think, sir. And please remember I'm only guessing. The letter that Needham left for O'Day at his office ... you know, that letter wasn't burned; somebody merely pretended to burn it. I think that somebody was Merys Vanner. I'd like to have a look at that letter. I think it would be a very interesting document. I think O'Day wanted to have a look at it too. Remember it was written to

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