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Looking at him, O'Day thought that DetectiveInspector Dougal seemed very unhappy at the moment. He had yet to learn that Dougal invariably looked like that.
He said: "I'm going to have a whisky and soda. Would you like one?"
" I don't usually drink when I'm on duty," said Dougal.
" But you will this time, won't you?" O'Day grinned. "There's nothing like getting the confidence of the other man, and they do say that whisky loosens the tongue." He went to the sideboard; mixed the drinks.
Dougal watched him lugubriously. He thought gloomily that he didn't dislike O'Day. He thought that O'Day didn't look like a murderer; qualified this thought with the idea that no one had ever laid down a sealed pattern of what a murderer looked like.
O'Day brought the drinks over; handed Dougal his glass.
He said: "Now what's it all about, Mr. Dougal?"
" I've come to see you about Ralph Vanner. He was killed last night at a place called the Palissade Club not far from Maidenhead. Well, in a case like that, Mr. O'Day, we always check with the relatives. The Berkshire police got into touch with Mrs. Vanner -Mrs. Merys Vanner-and she was able to state that you had an appointment with her husband some time about midnight last night at this club. Is that right?"
O'Day nodded.
Dougal went on: "She seemed fairly certain that

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