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NEMESIS

She said in a low voice: "I see. .. You know that . . . ?"
O'Day said: "I know plenty, and what I don't know I can guess. After Vanner read that letter in the office he knew all about it. He didn't want to see Pavin anywhere where the meeting might be observed, so he made an appointment with him at the Palissade Club last Wednesday night. This must have been a shock to Pavin. Imagine what a shock it must have been when Ralph Vanner came through on the telephone and told him he wanted to see him to ask him a few questions about himself and Merys Vanner. Pavin did the obvious thing. He got in touch with the woman. He asked her what was going on. He asked her if she'd talked to Vanner. She said no; she didn't understand it. But was she scared? She suggested that the best thing for Pavin to do was to go and keep the appointment to find out what Vanner knew. Things might have been easier for her," O'Day went on, "if she'd known that her husband had by this time discovered the falsity of the Sable Inn story. But she didn't know that. She thought he still believed it.
" The appointment was made for Pavin to meet Vanner at the Palissade after dark, somewhere about ten o'clock, I should think," said O'Day. "So in order to strengthen her story about O'Day, whom she knew was looking for her husband, she told Mabel Bonaventura at the Pimento Club that her husband would be at the Palissade at twelve o'clock on Wednesday night. She knew that O'Day would go down there because he wanted to see Vanner, and she knew the interview between Vanner and Pavin would be over

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