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away suddenly last night. The last time we saw her we told her we'd like her to stay in town. It seems to me to be a very silly thing for her to have gone away like that. I didn't want to make this thing public. I don't want to have to find her. I could find her very easily, you know."
O'Day said: "Anybody knows that. England's a small country and the way you boys work you'd have her in twenty-four hours." He lighted a cigarette. "She'd know that too. You know, Merys Vanner's no fool."
" No," said Dougal. "She certainly isn't a fool. So you think she'll be back soon?"
O'Day shrugged his shoulders. "How should I know? I don't suppose she wants any publicity. I expect she's very upset about the death of her husband and all these enquiries. Maybe she wanted to be alone for a bit."
Dougal said: "I think that's a very possible solution. I think I'll leave her alone for twenty-four hours. I'll be on my way. Thanks for your help."
" I'm afraid I haven't been very much help, Dougal."
The detective officer smiled lugubriously. "Not an awful lot, but 1'm certain you will be before we're through. Good night."
He picked up his hat and umbrella. He got to the doorway; then he turned.
He said: "And thank you for the drink."
O'Day thought there was a touch of sarcasm in his voice.
When Dougal had gone, O'Day walked about the sitting-room, wondering about him. He felt that it

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