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was a small place and a week a long time for finding a murderer." He smiled. "Really it's not a long time when there's not very much to work on."
Grogan sat down in the chair opposite Dougal. He said: "You're not telling me you've got nothing to work on?"
Dougal shook his head. "I've got quite a lot to work on, sir, but I can't do anything very much. It's all very well making guesses, but I like facts, and you can't hang a man on guesses, if you know what I mean."
The other nodded. "I know what you mean. You have some idea but you can't find any supporting facts. Is that it?"
Dougal got up. He walked over to the window; sat sideways on the low ledge; looked out of the window.
He said: "It's not exactly that, sir. I feel we're getting somewhere slowly. When this thing started we had, I thought-and I believe you did-a good case against O'Day. That's fallen to the ground. There's quite some evidence but it means nothing. O'Day went to see Vanner twice-on the Wednesday night when he was knocked about, and on the Thursday when Vanner was killed. We know that and O'Day admits it. In normal circumstances, if Merys Vanner's story about O'Day having stayed with her at the Sable Inn was true, we might have got a conviction. But it isn't true, and the jury would have to be told about that. The whole motive of O'Day's being up against Vanner disappears, and suspicions shift to Merys Vanner. The funny thing is that she tried to frame him. We know that."

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