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mind to get it, and when he got it, he got into his car and drove away and left her there."
The Assistant Commissioner nodded. "That's reasonable. But what's all this about? What's O'Day trying to do? Supposing he's got his letter? What's he going to do with it?"
Dougal shrugged his shoulders. "I haven't any idea, sir. But he's going to do one of two things. He's either going to bring that letter to me, because it's obviously got some bearing on this murder, or he's not. If he doesn't bring the letter to me he's going to do something about it." He knocked his pipe out into the glass bowl on his desk. "This O'Day is a very consistent person, sir. Very consistent. Remember that in the note that Needham left for him at his apartment he talked about this lady in Sussex. I should think that O'Day would be very curious about that business. If he's got the original letter he's going to do something about it. He's going to have two reasons for doing this. One is that he wants to clear himself absolutely in our minds. The second reason is that he probably wants to earn the money that Needham left with that note, if he can."
Grogan got up. "Well, I wish you luck. What are you going to do?"
" I'm not going to do anything," said Dougal. "I'm just going to sit down here and go on trying to work out this cross-word puzzle. If O'Day's doing what I think he's doing, he's going to need me sometime, and when that time arrives he'll either show up or get into touch with me."
Grogan said: "I hope you're right. Come and see me to-morrow."

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