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the right of the fire. She seated herself in the chair opposite. He went on: "This bracelet might be very important to me-you understand that-if I have to mention it."
She asked: "Will you tell me why?"
O'Day nodded. "They've found Vanner. The story's in the midday edition of The Evening News. They're going to make inquiries about it. They're going to find out that there's been trouble between Vanner and myself lately. Then they'll get around talking to his nearest friends and relations. They'll talk to his wife." He smiled ruefully. "I don't think she's particularly fond of me. She was the person who telephoned me last night just before I found him. I think she's going to tell them that Vanner and I had a hell of a row about her. And they're going to believe that I lost my temper and killed him."
He looked at her half whimsically. "Do you blame them? If I were a policeman looking for a murderer I'd look for the easiest way of finding him. I think they're going to look for me. They might even believe that I did it." He shrugged his shoulders. "I shall have to talk them out of that belief. But the point is they probably believe that nobody else saw Vanner -nobody but me I mean-last night. It would be very easy for me to produce this bracelet; to tell them that I found it on the floor; to suggest that this bracelet might have been the cause of all the trouble. It's valuable, isn't it? I should say it's worth between ten and fifteen thousand pounds, if not more. They're very big, first-class, selected stones-lovely stones. So if I tell 'em that, they're going to want to know whose bracelet it is, aren't they? Is it insured?"

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