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She looked worried. "Mr. O'Day, I hope nothing's happened-nothing serious I mean."
He said: "It has. Somebody's killed Vanner. Somebody who must have been very angry with him. I have an idea they might try to elect me for it."
" Good God, Mr. O'Day ... ! Surely "
He said: "However much I disliked Vanner I should never have wanted to kill him, but circumstantial evidence can be very good, Nellie, and in this case it's almost too good to be true. Maybe I'll see you tomorrow morning."
" What am I to tell Mrs. Vanner when she rings through?" asked Miss Trundle.
" Tell her to leave her telephone number and her address. When you've got them ring through to the hall porter at my apartment block and give them to him."
" Very well, Mr. O'Day."
He went out of the office.
At twelve o'clock O'Day went into the upstairs bar at the Silver Grill in Albemarle Street. He ordered a tongue salad; a large whisky and soda. He sat there eating and drinking, reading the report of Vanner's death in the mid-day edition of The Evening News. He thought it looked very interesting in print. He noted with approval that owing to certain indications the Chief Constable of Berkshire had already been in conference with Scotland Yard, who were collaborating on the case. O'Day thought he liked that. Somehow Scotland Yard seemed nearer home.

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