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that you'd be coming down to see me, and I'm sorry that when you arrive I shan't be here. However, I shall be at your disposal any time after ten O'clock this evening.
" I've taken a house. It's three-quarters of the way between Eastbourne and PevenseyJnot far from the Crumbles. It's the only red house on the foreshore. It stands by itself. You will find it quite easily. I look forward to seeing you some time after ten to-night.
" Sincerely,
"G. P."
O'Day grinned to himself. He put the note in his pocket. He went over to the reception office; engaged a room for the night. He went upstairs; ordered some tea. He took off his coat; lay down on the bed; put his hands behind his head; went to sleep.
At ten-fifteen O'Day stopped the car on the narrow, winding road that cuts across the Crumbles and leads towards Pevensey. It was a cold night, with a good moon. Away to the right, standing on the foreshore, he could see the small red brick house-a solitary building. O'Day opened the cubby-hole in the dashboard; produced a half bottle of whisky. He unscrewed the stopper; took a swig; replaced the bottle. He got out; locked the car; began to walk slowly towards the house.
As he walked across the shingle between the road and the house, O'Day thought that the week had been interesting. He thought a lot could happen in nine days. As he approached he saw the house was in

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