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you kept the appointment because she said she was rather worried about what might take place at this meeting, so she telephoned through to the club. She says she spoke to you. Of course she could have been mistaken; you can't be absolutely certain about identities on the telephone."
O'Day said: "Don't worry about that, Inspector. She spoke to me all right. I should think it would be soon after twelve. I was in the club room at the front of the house. The telephone rang and I answered it. At the time I thought the place was empty. I thought Vanner hadn't turned up. I've got an idea that I told her that."
Dougal nodded. "Of course, he had turned up, hadn't he?" He smiled gloomily. "He must have turned up. He would have been dead at that time
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" He must have turned up some little time before," said O'Day. "And so had somebody else. When I went round to the back of the house when I arrived, there were no lights in any of the windows. When I went to the back of the house the second time-after speaking to Mrs. Vanner on the telephone in the club room-there was a light on in the room where Vanner died."
" I see," said Dougal. "So you went round to the back of the house twice. The first time the light was off and the second time it was on?"
O'Day nodded. "Yes ... somebody had turned it on during the time I went to the front of the house, spoke to Mrs. Vanner an the telephone and returned."
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