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him. O'Day would be even more interested than I am as to what was in it. I think that was his means of getting it."
" What do you mean?" asked Grogan.
" Look, sir ... supposing Merys Vanner had that letter. If it was good enough for her to pretend that she had burned it in order that she could keep it, that letter was important-important to her I mean. So she wouldn't destroy it. She'd keep it with her. It was probably in her apartment at St. John's Wood. See what I mean?"
" No, not exactly. What do you mean?"
Dougal said: "It's an old trick, sir." He smiled. For a moment his lugubrious face lighted up. He went on: "I should think last Saturday night O'Day went to see Merys Vanner to throw a scare into her. He probably told her he'd been talking to me. He probably told her I'd been down to the Sable Inn and confirmed the story he'd told me. I should think he said that the confirmation of his story would practically clear him in my mind, but it would concentrate suspicion on her. I think O'Day had something on her. He probably told her the best thing she could do would be to get out of town for a day or two. He'd make up something to support that." He smiled again wryly. "I should say he had a very good imagination. So she got scared. O'Day came back and took her down to the Garter Inn because he knew that she'd take that letter with her. He knew that when he went down to see her on Sunday, if he couldn't get the letter out of her by persuasion he'd get it by force. He knew it was either in her handbag or somewhere about her person. He'd made up his

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