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arrived at the hotel when everyone had gone to bed except the night porter. Obviously she'd been to the place before and knew what happened there. When she arrived she told the night porter that her husband was following in half an hour or something like that. She filled in the register, entering the names-Mr. and Mrs. Terence O'Day-and my address. She went to her room. Then she telephoned down to the night porter; asked him to make her some tea. She knew he'd have to go down to the kitchen to do that. While he was in the kitchen the supposed husband arrives. And I know who he was. And how do you like that, Inspector?"
Dougal raised his eyebrows. "I don't like it a bit." He produced a wintry smile. "I don't like it, because if it's true it looks as if I have a lot more work to do than I thought. But it sounds very interesting." He finished the whisky and soda. He went on: "Tell me some more about this visit of Merys Vanner and somebody or other to the Sable Inn."
O'Day said: "The idea was that she would pay the bill the next morning; that the man would get out without being seen by anybody-a very possible and excellent idea in the circumstances. Because, if it worked, everybody was going to believe that the man mia.rt have been me!"
Dougal nodded. "I can believe that," he said.
O'Day continued: "But one thing happened which upset Mrs. Vanner's little scheme. Her companion left his car outside the hotel when he arrived. Next morning he wanted it serviced. And he wanted the tank filled. So he wrote a note of instructions to a nearby garage. I went down to the Sable Inn and

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