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by that time and they would be gone. So she laid on a couple of toughs to beat up O'Day, taking good care that they should get him from behind so that he wouldn't recognise them. It could then be established that O'Day had gone down to the Palissade to meet Vanner and got a good hiding at the hands of this outraged husband or from somebody employed by him. It was a damned good story. The police fell for it. If I hadn't been able to kick the bottom out of that Sable Inn story I should be number one suspect to-day. That was what you wanted, wasn't it, sweetheart?"
She said nothing. She was still looking into the fire.
O'Day took out his cigarette case; lighted a cigarette. He drank a little whisky. He went on: "I wish I'd been a fly on the wall at that interview between Vanner and Pavin last Wednesday night. It must have been an amusing situation. Here was Pavin trying to pump Vanner to find out how much he knew; Vanner, who knew all about Pavin from the Needham letter, trying to get at the facts of what had gone on between his wife and Pavin. Anyhow, when the meeting was over, they separated. I have an idea that Vanner told Pavin before he left that he was going to call a meeting the next night-a meeting between O'Day, Pavin, Merys Vanner and himself. You know why?"
She asked: "Why?"
" Isn't it sticking out a foot? Vanner was keen on his wife. He was in love with her. You wouldn't know what that means, but he was. He was shocked and disgusted at what she'd been doing, but he still felt he must do his best to try and keep her out of any

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