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me one thing. Where is this man you suggest stayed with Mrs. Vanner at the Sable Inn-the man who wrote the instructions to the garage-the man who left the note at this flat?"
" He's not here. He left for South Africa last Saturday, so that rules him out. He didn't kill Vanner."
Dougal got up. "You won't be leaving town for a little while?"
O'Day said: "I might. Don't worry. I shan't be leaving the country. But I'd like to make one or two enquiries on my own. Perhaps after you've finished with Devonshire you'd like to get in touch with me."
" I'll do that," said Dougal. He put on his overcoat; picked up his gloves, his umbrella, his hat.
" Oh, by the way," said O'Day casually, "for what it's worth I'd like you to know that I didn't kill Vanner."
The Detective-Inspector turned in the doorway. He said lugubriously: "You know, Mr. O'Day, it's none of my business to tell you this, but actually I don't think you did. Good night. I can let myself out."
He closed the front door of the flat carefully behind him. He thought that the Vanner case was going to be a very interesting one. He sighed. His last remark to O'Day had meant nothing at all. It was just one of those things. Intended to put O'Day's mind at rest; to give him that sense of security which might lead him to make a mistake-if he had murdered Vanner.
Dougal thought the case was one of those odd things that come once in a lifetime. The sort of business in

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which anyone could have killed anyone for all sorts of reasons.
He thought that Mrs. Vanner must be a very interesting woman-if what O'Day said was true.
He stopped in the street to light a cigarette. Then he went home to bed.

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