Never-Ending Book Quiz
"When, a lot later two bank drafts arrived, each for £1,000 and both for Mrs. -- * (Maclean's mother-in-law) and drawn on the Swiss Bank Corporation and Union Bank of Switzerland respectively, another bank draft followed, this time for £25,000… and paid into the London and S. Hellenic Bank to the account of Mr. Aristo. I need hardly tell you that Mr. Aristo is Jay or that there's nothing illegal in receiving twenty-five thousand quid. I think Jay is in import and export business as his cards say, but he finally found that the second most valuable commodity today is information."
"The most valuable?"
"People with information," I suggested.
* Name withdrawn from MS.
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