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doesn't think that way about you. If you're stuck on her you watch your step."
" I'm not stuck on her, and I am watching my step, Mabel." He went on: "Vanner's always liked you, hasn't he?"
She nodded. "I think he has ... yes.... Whenever he's been here he always likes talking to me. He likes to sort of confide in me. I'm not saying he hasn't made a pass at me once or twice either-usually when he was sober. Maybe something in me appeals to him." She smiled, showing a set of very good teeth. "Maybe it's the mother in me."
" But you weren't playing?" said O'Day.
" No ... I wasn't playing. Why should I? Vanner's a tneanie. He never gives a girl a thing. He's one of those `take all and give nothing' guys. You know, I've often thought with a little bit of encouragement he'd go right overboard for me." She pushed a stray tendril of blonde hair into place. "I suppose I've got something. I suppose I've got allure!"
O'Day said: "You bet you have. How would you like to earn fifty or sixty pounds, Mabel?"
She looked at the half-empty glass of whisky and soda. She asked: "How do I have to earn it?"
" Next time Vanner comes in," said O'Day, "if he does come in, spoil him. Go all out for him. Make him talk. Take him round to that nice flat of yours if you like. It's quite attractive, and you've got medals for looking after yourself." He smiled at her. "I want to know everything I can about Vanner; what he's playing at; what his ideas are; what he thinks he's going to do."
She said: "That's a pretty large order, isn't it,

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