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to turn up the next night to keep an appointment with him?"
Dougal shrugged his shoulders again. "I don't see that these points matter very much. In any event, what I think or what I don't think doesn't matter. I'm trying to get at some facts. Mr. O'Day, I don't want you to say anything that you don't want to say. I think you might like to tell me about this personally, but if you'd rather come along and make a statement, or if you feel you'd like to have advice before making it, that's all right. But it isn't any good asking me what 1 think."
O'Day said: "I'm not making any statement and I'm taking no advice. I don't want it. I'm going to give you some, Inspector." He lighted a cigarette. "Listen to me. The theory that I killed Vanner isn't too bad. Everything points to that. The rumours about me and his wife; the story that I stayed at an inn in Devonshire with her; the fact that I was beaten up by Vanner or somebody at his instigation when I went down to the Palissade Club; the fact that I returned there to keep an appointment with him, and his wife didn't show up because she thought there was going to be trouble. And then I killed him. It's a nice story. The joke is it is just a story and the whole pyramid of evidence-circumstantial evidencerests on a foundation that isn't true."
Dougal asked: "Such as? What is the flaw in the story, Mr. O`Day?"
" I'll tell you. I never stayed at the Sable Inn in Devonshire with Merys Vanner and I'm very lucky to be in a position to prove it. Mrs. Vanner arranged her night's stay at that hotel very carefully. She

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