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situation is a little difficult so far as she is concerned at the moment, but that your husband, Mr. Williams, will be coming down to Eastbourne to-morrow in the late afternoon or evening, and would very much like to see Mr. Pavin. I think you'll find he'll agree to that. He'll have to. You understand that?"
She nodded. "I've got it."
" The next thing," O'Day went on, "to-morrow morning you're going to develop a fit of nerves, Mabel. You've been worrying about this Vanner murder, understand? You've been worrying about it ever since Chief Detective-Inspector Dougal came to see you at the Pimento Club and asked you all those questions. Do you think you can look as if you were worried?"
`That's easy," said Mabel. "I've often been worried and I remember how I look."
He said: "I think you're a great actress. So to-morrow morning you go down to Scotland Yard. You ask to see Chief Detective-Inspector Dougal. You tell him you've been worried. He'll want to know why. Then you say that you've been worried about me; that after he'd seen you I came to the club and talked to you; that I wanted to know everything he'd said to you; that I wanted to know everything about it. I think you'll find that Dougal will ask you if you know whether by any chance during the last week or so I've been interested in any person whose name I might have mentioned to you-not Merys Vanner or Ralph Vanner, but somebody else. He'll be awfully keen to try and find out the name of some man who is associated with Merys Vanner. You won't know anything about that. You'll say you

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