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"You heel ...!" Jennings voice was acid. "So you backed my tip."
O'Day nodded. "That's right. But don't worry. You said you were lucky in love."
Jennings asked: "What did you have on it?"
" Four pounds," said O'Day. "And maybe I'm going to win a hundred for it. I'd like that. It pays better than being a detective or an amateur Casanova."
Jennings said: `If you came down by car you can drive me back to town."
" No," said O'Day. "I'm not going back to London."
Jennings raised his eyebrows. "Where the hell are you going?"
O'Day grinned. "I wouldn't know. Maybe I'll think up some place. So long."
O'Day lay on the bed in his first floor bedroom at the Splendide at Eastbourne. When the waiter came in with the Martini, he was looking at the ceiling, blowing smoke rings, watching them. The waiter thought they were very nice smoke rings. He wished he too could blow smoke rings like that.
O'Day sat up on the bed; took the Martini; tipped the waiter; began to sip the drink. He thought life was damned funny. He thought that women were damned funny, which was one of the odd things about life. He thought that when you imagined you were thinking about life most of the time you found yourself thinking about women. He grinned to himself.
He got up; began to walk about the bedroom, the

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