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thinking at this stage in an investigation. I like to have facts to think about and, at the moment, I'm trying to get my fingers on some honest-to-God facts. Then I'll start thinking."
He paused and sipped some whisky and soda. He sighed gently. "That is very good liquor indeed." Then: "I've been told certain things and if you'd like to know what I've been told I'll tell you. I've been told that there have been rumours about you and the dead man's wife-quite a few people have heard these rumours. One of them is Jennings, who is head of the Assessors Department of the International & General Insurance Company, for whom you work. Most people who heard this story believed it. They believed it because it seems that Mrs. Vanner had herself suggested it was true; that she'd gone even further; that she'd told her husband that some little while ago you stayed at an hotel-a place called the Sable Inn, near Tomes in Devonshire-with her; that naturally Vanner didn't like hearing this.
" It seems that almost immediately he began to neglect his business in your office and went out on a first-class jag. Apparently his idea was that he was going to file a petition for divorce against his wife and cite you as co-respondent. I take it that you knew about all this."
O'Day nodded. "I knew all about it."
" Then we come to the night before last," said Dougal. "Vanner went down to the Palissade Club, and apparently you heard somehow or other that he was going there. You went down to see him. And there was some sort of trouble for you. Whether it was between you and Vanner and another man, or

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