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whole of the situation which has occurred has been built up on a false foundation-the story that I stayed with you at the Sable Inn. After that there's the supposed quarrel and my beating-up by Ralph. Then there's his death the night afterwards. Everything pointed to me, but if the Sable Inn thing is false then the police will naturally take it that I've been framed. See what I mean, Merys?"
" You mean ...?" She looked at him. Her jaw sagged a little.
" I'll tell you what I mean. Here is a woman who dislikes her husband so much that she tells him that she's stayed at a hotel with his partner, when in fact she stayed at the hotel with some other man. What does she do that for? For one reason only. She wants to get her husband up against his partner. Within a few days of this business coming to a head her husband is murdered. When they believed your story the evidence pointed to me, but now that they won't believe your story where do you think it's pointing, Merys? The next time you see Dougal he's going to ask you a lot of very pertinent questions. You'll find you're going to be his number one suspect-not me."
She asked: "How can anyone suspect me? They know when Ralph was murdered. They know you were there. They know I wasn't there. I was in my apartment here. I can prove it."
O'Day said: "I've no doubt, but that won't let you out. They are going to believe that whoever it was killed Vanner did it at your instigation. If Needham were here they might even suspect him. They might suspect him because he was the man who stayed

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