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LAURETTA

O'Day threw away his cigarette. He walked across the lawn, up the wooden steps; pushed the door open. There was a light on in the small hall and the door of the room on the right was ajar. He pushed open the door; stepped into the room. Vanner had arrived all right.
O'Day stood looking at the scene before him. Vanner was seated at the head of a square table in the middle of the room. His body was slumped forward on the table, his head lying grotesquely sideways on his arm. O'Day walked across and looked at him. The back of the head had been smashed in. It was a bad wound. The instrument used had been very 'heavy. O'Day thought that someone else must have been viery angry with Ralph Vanner.
He put his fingers on the dead man's hand; realised that Vanner had not been dead for long. But he had been lying there when O'Day had first looked at the back of the house when there was no light on. So, since then, whilst he had been talking to Merys Vanner on the telephone, somebody had switched on 'the light and gone.
O'Day shrugged his shoulders. He stood there, looking at Vanner-Vanner who had been stupid, weak and aggressive but who, underneath, had not been too bad at times.
He turned away; went through the open doorway; pulled the door shut a~"p"h m'with the toe of his shoe. He walked down th '' age-way that led to the front of the house. He putt on the electric light switches as he came to them..$In'tiie front hall he turned; walked up the stairs. He went into a dozen rooms above -bathrooms, billiard room, another bar, an office of

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