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what it takes she's got allure. If she hasn't she may as well resign. She's had it."
O'Day nodded. "All right. Well, Merys Vanner's got allure. Not only that but she's good-looking. Did Vanner have anything to say about her?"
Mabel said darkly: "What's all this in aid of? Is there more trouble in that quarter?"
O'Day nodded. An expression of frankness came into his face. "I'm going to put my cards down. Actually, I think she's trying to make a little trouble between Vanner and me, see?"
" I see. And don't think I'm surprised. You know what I've always thought about her. I've always thought she was looking for a co-respondent. You know what I mean-a really good co-respondent, see?" She shrugged her shoulders. "I don't blame her. If I were her I'd probably be thinking the same way myself. But definitely, I'd do anything to get away from that push-over."
O'Day asked: "What did he say about her-anything in particular?"
She drank half the large whisky and soda at one gulp.
" He said plenty to me. He's always talked to me, you know. He was talking about you. What he didn't say about you was just nobody's business. But what he did say. Oh, boy . . . ! He doesn't like you. He thinks you're the guy who's broken up the family."
O'Day asked: "What about the other ones?"
She spread her hands. "You know how it is. I don't think he's ever taken any of them seriously. Maybe he thought she was just indulging in a mild flirtation to make him sort of jealous, see? Well, he

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