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private investigators-O'Day & Vanner. They're a pretty high-class firm in a way. They work for the International & General. Most of the stuff from the Assessors Department goes to them. They've done some other quite good work too. The firm was started by Terence O'Day. Vanner joined him about eighteen months ago."
Dougal nodded.
The Assistant Commissioner pushed a box of cigarettes across the table. "Help yourself." He went on: "Apparently there's been some trouble between Vanner and O'Day about Vanner's wife-a very good-looking woman-Merys Vanner. I've been talking to the head of the Assessors' Department at the International & General this morning. He tells me that Vanner's been hitting the high spots during the last three or four days because he was very upset. Apparently he was upset because he'd heard that his partner O'Day had spent a night with Mrs. Vanner at an hotel in Devonshire. This news quite naturally upset him and he went out on a jag. It seems he'd been drunk for days.
" I don't know why he went to this Palissade Club at Maidenhead, but it's established that O'Day was there last night; that he had an appointment with Vanner. Apparently O'Day had been there to see Vanner the night before. Whether they quarrelled then or whether Vanner put some proposition about his wife up to O'Day, I don't know. There're lots of rumours about that. The main one is that Vanner had said some days before that he was going to divorce his wife and cite O'Day as the co-respondent. You'll have to check on that. The point is that it seems

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