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would be foolish to give Dougal too much rope; first of all because he might have had Merys Vanner tailed. He might have. O'Day didn't think so, but you never knew with a man like Dougal. The second thing in his mind was that the Chief Detective-Inspector might want to talk to him again. And O'Day wanted to be there if Dougal did want to talk. His absence from town, he thought, combined with the sudden disappearance of Merys Vanner, might be grounds for even more suspicions in the police officer's mind.
At seven o'clock he went over to the garage; got out his car; drove to the Garter Inn at Goring. It was a miserable, rainy night and the old-fashioned inn, not far from the river, surrounded by a shield of dripping trees, seemed covered with an air of depression.
O'Day drove his car round to the back; went through the side door. He went into the bar parlour. Behind the bar, busily engaged in wiping glasses, was a fat and jovial individual.
O'Day said: "Good evening, George." He ordered a whisky and soda. When it was served, he said: "Well, how's your guest, George? Has she been behaving herself?"
George grinned. "She's having a pretty lonely time. She's been in all day because the weather's been so bad. She couldn't go out anyway. There's no place for her to go to. She's a hell of a looker, isn't she, Mr. O'Day? If I didn't know you, and if I was very curious, I might ask you what it was all about. But I'm not doing that. If you want to tell me you'll tell me, and if you don't you won't."
O'Day said: "Right, George." He finished his

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