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Vanner. I think we're much more likely to find him my way than yours. I don't think we want to disturb Mrs. Vanner at the moment. I think we want her to believe that she's got away with it."
Dougal asked: "Would you like to tell me why?"
" Certainly," said O'Day. "Let's suppose a few things. Let's try and evolve a series of ideas which do add up. I'll tell you what they are. After Merys Vanner told her husband that she'd spent a night with me at the Sable Inn he wanted to get evidence to that effect. He approached a man who'd done some work for him. He asked this man-Windemere Nikolls, who works for Callaghan Investigations-to go down to the Sable Inn and check. Nikolls wouldn't do it; he didn't want to be mixed up in something that he thought was rather unpleasant. He refused to go. Well, what would be the natural thing for Vanner to do?"
Dougal said: "He'd probably go down there himself."
O'Day nodded. "My guess is that he went down there himself, and my guess is that through some stroke of luck he discovered that the person who'd stayed with his wife was mot me. Do you understand? He then wants to meet me."
Dougal raised his eyebrows. "If he discovered that, it's hardly likely that he'd have arranged for you to be beaten up. He'd be much more likely to want to apologise."
O'Day said: "How do we know that he didn't want to apologise? How do we know that it -was Vanner who arranged to have me beaten up? My guess is that
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