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fertile brain had got to work. She told Vanner that the appointment had been changed; that the parties were to meet at the Palissade Club. Now that was reasonable enough, wasn't it? Because that was the place where the first meeting between Pavin and Vanner had taken place. Then she telephoned O'Day at the office and told him Vanner wanted him to go to the Palissade at twelve o'clock.
" But Mrs. Vanner didn't keep the appointment because her story was that she was scared at the meeting that was going to take place between her husband and O'Day. Of course O'Day didn't know that Pavin was to be there. And I take it that the time for that meeting was about eleven. When O'Day arrived there at midnight, and was looking around the place, Mrs. Vanner, with a first-class alibi in her flat at St. John's Wood, telephoned to the Palissade to establish the fact that O'Day was there. He told her over the telephone that her husband had not arrived.
" After the telephone call he found her husband dead. I can give you five guesses as to who killed him. The person who killed him was the person who had to shut his mouth. The only question that concerns
you, Merys, is whether you knew he was going to kill Ralph Vanner. If you did, you know what they'll do to you?"
She said: "This is rubbish. No one could prove that Pavin was there. You never saw him. He never went there. There's only one person could have killed Ralph and that was you."
" Nuts ... !" said O'Day. "I had no reason to. If I'd met him he'd probably have apologised to me."

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