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As she moved past him he noticed that her lips were trembling with rage.
When the waiter brought the coffee the dance orchestra began to play. Through the curtains O'Day could see the moon shining on the sea. He thought the scene was very peaceful.
She smiled at him across the table. "It looks nice, doesn't it, Terry? It's a pity life isn't like that-all shiny and smooth."
He said: "It might not be so interesting."
She asked: "So you prefer it as it is?"
" What's the good of wanting something you can't get," said O'Day. "Trouble is a natural part of life. You can't duck it. It's what you do about it that matters."
" Well, Terry ... what are you going to do about it? You're in a spot, aren't you.
He raised his eyebrows. One eyebrow was slightly higher than the other. She thought this fascinated her; that most things about O'Day fascinated her.
He asked: "Would you like a liqueur?"
She said she would like some brandy. O'Day ordered the liqueurs and more coffee.
He said: "So I'm in a spot, am I? You tell me why?"
" Well, you must be in a spot. Such a spot that I'm wondering if even you can dig your way out of it, Terry-even you. Ralph believes that you and I have been very, very wicked together. Do you know-" she smiled at him demurely-"he even thinks that

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