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Wednesday night, or if he was he wasn't there to see me. He was there to see somebody else.'
" You mean the person who killed him?" said Dougal.
" Why not? Work it out for yourself. I was told by a girl-a hostess in the Pimento Club-named Mabel Bonaventura-that Vanner was going to be at the Palissade on Wednesday night. I went down there after I'd received this information from her because I wanted to have a show-down with Vanner."
Dougal asked: "How did she know he was going to be there?"
O'Day smiled. "Mrs. Vanner told her."
Dougal considered the matter. "This seems very interesting."
" That's what I thought," said O'Day.
" You're suggesting, Mr. O'Day "
O'Day interrupted. "I'm suggesting that the first time Vanner wanted to get in touch with me was on the day that he'd arranged for the appointment at the office-yesterday. He had asked for his wife to be present. He said he wanted a show-down, but it was a very different show-down, Inspector, from what she thought. My belief is that in my presence Vanner was going to confront her with the fact that he knew I was not the man who stayed at the Sable Inn with her. I think it's rather odd that he didn't turn up for that appointment. Maybe somebody stopped him, or maybe he had this other appointment at the Palissade Club and thought we might as easily go there. That's my theory."
Dougal said: "It seems to me, Mr. O'Day, that you've quite a lot of ideas about Mrs. Vanner."

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