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"Thanks," said O'Day. "Anything else?"
" Yes, sir. A gentleman telephoned you about five o'clock this afternoon-a Mr. Dougal. He came around about a quarter of an hour ago. He said he wanted to see you on a very particular business."
O'Day asked: `What's he going to do?"
" He said he'd call again," said Simmons.
" All right ... if he calls tell him that I shall be in between ten and eleven o'clock to-night-I hope."
He hung up; stood, leaning against the side of the call box, thinking about Mr. Dougal. They hadn't wasted much time. They'd found Merys and she'd given them all they wanted to move on. The police technique was obvious. First motive; then opportunity; then supporting evidence. Murder to a policeman was a matter of cause and effect.
O'Day wondered exactly what Merys had told them; shrugged his shoulders. He thought he could answer that one. She'd given them motive, opportunity and evidence. She'd told them that Ralph Vanner was going to cite O'Day as co-respondent in a suit he proposed to bring against her for divorce. She'd told them that Vanner had either beaten O'Day up personally or hired someone else to do it on Wednesday night; that a meeting had been arranged between them at the Palissade Club at midnight on Thursday; that O'Day had turned up, and told her on the telephone that Vanner hadn't arrived. She'd probably given them the time of her telephone call. Dougal, thought O'Day, probably considered that he had an open and shut case against O'Day.
He found some coppers; dialled the Primrose

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