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"Does O'Day say he didn't stay at the Sable Inn with Merys Vanner?"
" Not only does he say that," said Dougal, "but he says he can prove it, and I don't think he's too much of a bluffer. It seems that he went down there to discover that Merys Vanner had stayed there with some man on a very clever plan. The man arrived late after she'd got the hall porter out of the way. Nobody seems to have seen this man. She put the names-Mr. and Mrs. Terence O'Day-in the registration book. She paid the bill the next morning.
" But," Dougal went on, "this unknown man, who arrived late in a car, sent a note of instructions down to the garage next morning to have his car serviced. O'Day's got that note. He's given it to me. This note was in the handwriting of the man who stayed with Mrs. Vanner and it's not O'Day's handwriting. That I know."
The Assistant Commissioner raised his eyebrows. "This is interesting, Dougal."
Dougal nodded. "Not only that, but O'Day's given me another specimen of this same handwriting -a note written to him by a man he knows-an American by the name of Needham who's in Africa at the moment."
The Assistant Commissioner said: "If all this is true then the Vanner woman is trying to frame O'Day?"
Dougal nodded. "It looks like that, sir. Because if O'Day did not stay there with her-and it looks as if he didn't-she lied to Jennings and she lied to her husband. What's she doing this for? She's obviously doing it to create a situation between Ralph Vanner

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