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motive was Terence O'Day. The story was simply this: O'Day stays at the Sable Inn with Vanner's wifeMerys Vanner. She's fond of O'Day and therefore she doesn't like her husband. She doesn't care who knows it. She tells several people about it, including Jennings-the head of the Assessors Department of the International & General Insurance Company. I saw him this morning.
" Apparently she'd also told her husband, so she was trying to throw a spanner in the works. She certainly
wanted somebody to do something. The next thing that
happens is that Vanner goes to the Palissade Club and O'Day goes down to see him. There's some sort of trouble down there and O'Day gets beaten up. That looks simple enough, doesn't it, sir?"
The Assistant Commissioner nodded. "Quite obviously Vanner is trying to get back at O'Day."
Dougal said: "It looks just like that. And the next thing is that for some reason best known to himself Vanner, who has made an appointment with O'Day, goes down the next night to the Palissade Club. O'Day goes there also. He takes a telephone call from Mrs. Vanner, who's rather scared as to what might happen there. Vanner gets himself killed. You know, sir, it struck me in the first place that the evidence was too good to be true."
" You don't like it, Dougal?" queried the Assistant Commissioner.
Dougal shook his head. "The whole thing rests on this business of the Sable Inn. That was the thing that caused all the trouble and, according to O'Day, that wasn't true. The thing is," Dougal went on, "I believe O'Day."

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