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she'd been down here at Eastbourne meeting you because, when he discovered that she had lied to him about me, he put a private detective named Bale on her tail.
" Anyhow, Ralph Vanner read that letter. He knew that nobody except Miss Trundle would be in the office till Monday morning and he also believed he might find me at my apartment. Unluckily, I was away, but he read the letter and it told him all he wanted to know. He put the letter and the money in another envelope; sealed it; left it on Miss Trundle's desk. Then he went.
" Merys Vanner watched until Miss Trundle came back and left the office again after one o'clock. Then she went over. She let herself into the office with a key she'd got from her husband at some time or other. She broke open the drawer of my desk where my secretary had locked away the letter. She looked at the handwriting on the envelope and she recognised it as her husband's. She knew Ralph Vanner had opened that envelope and read the contents, put the letter in a fresh envelope and addressed it to me. And she knew what was in that letter.
" That was why Ralph Vanner had to die. She took the money and the letter, and she typed a note to me purporting to come from her husband saying he'd taken it. Then she went away. Unfortunately she didn't destroy the letter."
Pavin said in a smooth voice: "That was very siliy of her, wasn't it, Mr. O'Day? It's amazing the things that women will do."
O'Day shook his head. "I don't think it was silly of her, Pavin. Do you know why?"

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