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office on the left of the entrance. Parker, the hall porter, was at his desk inside.
O'Day said: "Well ... how's life, Parker?"
" Not so bad, sir," said Parker. "When you were here on Saturday I hoped to have a word with you. 1 haven't seen you for some time. But they told me you went off suddenly on Saturday evening."
O'Day nodded. "I had to get back to town in a hurry."
Parker smiled. "I've never known you when you weren't in a hurry, Mr. O'Day. After you'd gone, Mrs. Vanner came out and asked if you'd left."
O'Day asked casually: "Did she stay long?"
" She left on Monday afternoon," said the hall porter. "She had lunch with a gentleman-a Mr. Pavin-on Monday and she went immediately afterwards."
" Mr. Pavin ... ?" said O'Day. "Have I met him here sometime? The name seems to ring a bell."
" You might have," said Parker. "He's been here once or twice before. Usually comes here with Mrs. Deane."
O'Day sighed. Now things were really beginning to move. So Pavin, who was supposed to be engaged to Lauretta Deane, had had lunch with Merys Vanner on the Monday. Which explained a lot.
It explained Merys' attitude on the Saturday night. It explained why she had been so careful to tell him, at length, just what she had told Ralph Vanner about her pretended visit to the Sable Inn with O'Day. She knew that, after hearing that, O'Day would not be stupid enough to stay a night at the Splendide knowing

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