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O'Day nodded. "I have. ... Someone once said `Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.' She was gunning for me. She was gunning for me because I wasn't even a little interested in her."
" Are you suggesting that in some way or another Mrs. Vanner was planning her husband's death, with the idea at the back of her mind that you would be accused of it?"
O'Day shook his head. "I don't think so. I think she was just taking advantage of the situation. It's possible she knows nothing at all about the circumstances of Vanner's death, but it is my belief that if we'd seen Vanner last night at the office he would have wanted an explanation from her."
Dougal said: "I think the first thing is to check with the Sable Inn; to find out if, as you suggest, Vanner went there; to discover if we can what he found out. If he discovered through some chance that you weren't the man who stayed there, combined with the fact that you have produced this note of instructions about the motor-car, and the note left by this other man at your apartment here, then it seems to me that a different complexion might be put on this case."
O'Day said: "I think it would be a very good idea to do that, and while you're doing it, Inspector, there are one or two things I'd like to find out myself. I'm going to suggest to you that you have those enquiries made in Devonshire. If you are able to verify by your own investigations what I've said, so much the better. Then I think we might have another talk. MaybP I'll have some more theories to put up to you."
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