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THE CRAYFISH

breadth and through your hostess literally throwing herself at your head and killing herself at your feet."
" Reflections blur impressions. Go on with the evidence," ordered Wendover.
" Two other guests, however, raised Marion-a Mr. and Mrs. Lenton. They saw that she was dead. Mr. Binton, up at the other end there, says he didn't know what had happened. Thinks he heard a crash, but knows the first thing he was sure of was that Smirke, at whom he'd been looking up, took a flying leap, almost over his head, to the ground, and rushed up the room. There was a group already around Marion then. Smirke pushed them aside, knelt down, took her hand, called to her, seemed beside himself."
" Um, actor-proof part, as our theatrical friends put it," Dr. Wendover couldn't resist commenting.
Sergeant Skillin patiently resumed: "After a few moments of dumb grief-that was the majority's opinion, though Mr. Binton said that he groaned-he arose quickly, saying (correctly), `We must call the police.' Everyone acted correctly; I took the call myself; came right over here at once. They hadn't even moved the body. Told them they'd acted rightly, though against their natural but wrong feelings."
" `What the soldier said,' or the sergeant, `is not evidence,"' sententiously quoted Dr. Wendover.
" But it can be germane," Skillin countered quietly, and began to mutter to himself, "Germane, German, Germ."
" Stop that and go on with this," ordered the Doctor, stopping beside the seated sergeant and pointing magisterially to the open notebook.
" There isn't much more. I began by going over the autopsy

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