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"Right. And we're dealing, obviously, with hardened professional criminals. The whole success of their plan depended on causing this excitement. Do you for a moment believe that they were going to let the whole thing hinge on the mere off-chance of a smouldering butt-end setting some papers alight-especially setting them alight at the correct moment?"

"There way a funny smell-" she began slowly.

"Can you remember who went in there, say, any time up to an hour beforehand?"

She looked at me for a long moment before answering, and even in the fading light of the aurora I could see the understanding coming into her eyes.

"Who were in the front two seats-those nearest the galley?"

"Of course." She stared at me, wide-eyed.

"Do you believe now that the fire was caused deliberately?" I asked.

"And you didn't think this worth mentioning to me," I said heavily. "No importance at all?"

"Easy. You can get a little plastic tube with a central composition shield dividing it into two compartments. In one compartment you have a free acid, in the other a different acid enclosed in a glass tube. All you have to do is to crush the tube, break the glass, drop the tube in your chosen spot, walk away and after a predetermined time the acid that was in the glass eats through the shield, meets the other acid and starts a fire. It's been used hundreds of times, especially in war-time sabotage. If you're an arsonist looking for a cast-iron alibi and want to be five miles away when the fire starts, it's the perfect answer."

"Of course." She stared at me, wide-eyed.

"Right. And we're dealing, obviously, with hardened professional criminals. The whole success of their plan depended on causing this excitement. Do you for a moment believe that they were going to let the whole thing hinge on the mere off-chance of a smouldering butt-end setting some papers alight-especially setting them alight at the correct moment?"

"I don't know. What-why do you ask?"

"Can you remember who went in there, say, any time up to an hour beforehand?"

"Easy. You can get a little plastic tube with a central composition shield dividing it into two compartments. In one compartment you have a free acid, in the other a different acid enclosed in a glass tube. All you have to do is to crush the tube, break the glass, drop the tube in your chosen spot, walk away and after a predetermined time the acid that was in the glass eats through the shield, meets the other acid and starts a fire. It's been used hundreds of times, especially in war-time sabotage. If you're an arsonist looking for a cast-iron alibi and want to be five miles away when the fire starts, it's the perfect answer."

"Easy. You can get a little plastic tube with a central composition shield dividing it into two compartments. In one compartment you have a free acid, in the other a different acid enclosed in a glass tube. All you have to do is to crush the tube, break the glass, drop the tube in your chosen spot, walk away and after a predetermined time the acid that was in the glass eats through the shield, meets the other acid and starts a fire. It's been used hundreds of times, especially in war-time sabotage. If you're an arsonist looking for a cast-iron alibi and want to be five miles away when the fire starts, it's the perfect answer."

"And you didn't think this worth mentioning to me," I said heavily. "No importance at all?"

"Do you believe now that the fire was caused deliberately?" I asked.

"Mrs Dansby-Gregg did, I'm sure."

"I'm sorry. It-it did seem unimportant, unrelated to anything. That was hours before the crash, so-"

"Quite sure. I always peek through the cabin door from time to time, and he was always there."

"Of course." She stared at me, wide-eyed.

"Yes. The powder room is on the port side."

"I'm sorry," she repeated helplessly. "I was a little upset for a moment, then Captain Johnson was in front of me shooing everybody back to their seats and I couldn't see."

"All right." I changed my approach. "This was the men's washroom, I take it?"

"And you didn't think this worth mentioning to me," I said heavily. "No importance at all?"

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