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go on?" she asked. "They came to see me this morning. They asked the sort of questions they usually ask. Well, it wasn't any good my doing anything else but tell the truth, was it, Terry? And it doesn't look so good for you.
O'Day shrugged his shoulders. "All right. It doesn't look so good for me. Tell me why."
" Don't be silly," she said. "For the last two weeks Ralph has been putting the idea about that there's been a lot on between you and me. I happen to know that he asked someone to go down to the Sable Inn and check up on the evidence there. He was going to bring a divorce action against me and cite you as co-respondent."
O`Day said casually: "Very interesting. He was aided and abetted in that rumour by you, wasn't he, Merys? You were the one who started this rumour. Well, did he get someone to go and check up on it?"
She shrugged her shoulders. "How should I know? But I bet he went down there or sent someone else."
" And what would he find when he got down there?" asked O'Day.
She shrugged her shoulders. "He'd find that I stayed there for one night with you. He'd find your name in the hotel register."
O'Day said: "It's pretty good circumstantial evidence as a start, I grant you, but I don't think it means very much in a murder case. Supposing you go on.
She laughed. "It gets worse as you go on. So Ralph is an aggrieved husband-naturally aggrieved when he finds what his partner has been playing at

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