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you were standing at the back of the house after your arrival someone might have been with Vanner; that he might have been dead then?"
O'Day said: "I should think he must have been dead then."
Dougal nodded glumly. "Had you been to the club before? Why did you go round the back way on your arrival?"
O'Day drank some whisky and soda. "That was the the way I knew. I had been there before. I'd been there the night before. I wanted to see Vanner then, but I was unlucky."
Dougal raised his eyebrows. "You didn't see him the night before?"
" No," said O'Day.
" Mr. O'Day, I ought to tell you that we'd heard something about your having been at the club on Wednesday night. We heard that there'd been some sort of trouble."
" There was." O'Day smiled ruefully. "There was trouble for me. When I arrived the place was in darkness and I thought that Vanner hadn't turned up. I walked across the lawn and stood in the shadow of a coppice. I thought I'd like to see him arrive. There were two men in the coppice. They gave me a hell of a beating-up. When I was able to get to my feet they'd disappeared."
Dougal said: "You didn't see either of these men -so for all you know one of them might have been Vanner."
" It might have been Vanner, but I don't think it was.
Dougal asked: "Why not?"

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