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MERYS

O'Day drew on his cigarette. "I suppose it hasn't occurred to you-or them-that these rumours could be wrong?"
" Don't be a damned fool," said Jennings. "I know they're not wrong. I know how this thing started and its time you knew. Vanner's walked out on his wife Merys and told Stark of the Inter-Ocean that it was through you. He was talking to Stark about getting a divorce. He told Stark that four weeks ago, when you were supposed to be in Scotland on the Yardley case, you spent a long week-end with Merys Vanner at The Sable Inn-some dump near Tomes in Devonshire."
O'Day grinned. "Just fancy that! Who told him?"
" She did," said Jennings. "She told him. He's going to believe her, isn't he? So's everyone else." He began to put on his gloves. "Well.... I've told you. Now you know."
" Thanks, pal," said O'Day. He grinned at Jennings. "Tell me something. Where's Vanner, and where's Merys Vanner?"
Jennings shrugged his shoulders. "You can search me as to where Vanner is. I wish I knew. I've been told to try and find him-or you. Merys told that girl in your office that she was going to Eastbourne-or somewhere round that part of the world."
O'Day said: "You're a nice guy, Jennings. You're full of good intentions. Have you had any luck down here to-day?"
" Nope," said the other. "Not a bit. But why should I? I've come to the conclusion I must be lucky in love. I hope so anyway. So I don't mind

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