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She got up. "What do you mean .., if you can .... ?"
O'Day picked up his hat. "Well ... if I'm unlucky I might not be able to. So long, Mrs. Deane. I'll be seeing you-I hope."
He went out.
At half-past four O'Day stopped his car outside the Hotel Splendide at Eastbourne. Parker, the hall porter, met him in the foyer.
He said: "Good afternoon, Mr. O'Day. I'm glad to see you again. Are you staying with us?"
O'Day shook his head. "I believe there's a Mr. Pavin staying in the hotel. Would you like to go up to his room-don't send a page-and say that a Mr. Williams wants to see him?"
Parker looked a trifle surprised. "Are you Mr. Williams, sir?"
O'Day grinned. "For the purpose of this visit, yes...."
Parker said: "Well, then I've got a note for you. Mr. Pavin gave it to me before he left. He went this morning. He's gone back to London." He went into his office; came out with a note; handed it to O'Day.
O'Day split open the envelope. The note inside said:

"Dear Mr. Williams,
" I had a telephone call from Mrs. Williams saying

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