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THE CRAYFISH

trums of authorities. He sat down in the big desolate room, in which half-withered hangings drooped from the walls, and took out his big, well-kept notebook. Dr. Wendover strode up and down the bare floor while he was read to:
" It was common knowledge that Howard Smirke didn't get on with his wife. She was friends with Gray Gilmore but wouldn't have a divorce. Most people thought that she and Gray were simply friends. And Smirke himself didn't really want the divorce, since she had the money. He had been making a good deal as a popular doctor but had probably been spending more.
" That's the commonplace story up to last week. Then it took this turn toward strangeness. For no one expected her to be so obliging as to die quickly and cleanly-no long illness and hospital charges. She just fell dead. Heart, of course, was the popular verdict, for Dr. Smirke was the popular one of the two. But the inquest didn't bear out the vox populi. The autopsy had shown a perfectly sound organ, surrounded by perfectly sound organs. She should have lived for years. She was a typically healthy woman of thirty-five. Yet the other possible verdict, Foul Play, has also failed to get an innings. She died suddenly, but not secretly. To be exact, six people saw her die. And the autopsy which found her heart and other organs without a trace of disease found them also without trace of poison or toxin. True, her husband was in the same room with her when she died"-Sergeant Skillin waved his book to indicate that this was the place-"but he was not near her. Again the evidence was sixfold. The six witnesses were all between the husband and the wife at the moment of death. A couple reached her before he did. They

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