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idea where he was going to be to-night, but she didn't think it was the time and place to talk to him."
" Did she say if she knew where he was going to be?"
" Yes," said Mabel. "He's got a date about twelve o'clock to-night at a Club called the Palissade-somewhere near Maidenhead. It seems he does some sort of business with the egg who owns this place. I said I didn't know any place in Maidenhead that keeps open until twelve o'clock at night. She said neither did she, but the owner lived on the premises round at the back, and that Vanner would go round there somewhere about twelve o'clock and wait till he showed up. She seemed in a very funny state of mind, Terry, if you know what I mean. She's a pretty cool customer usually, is Merys Vanner. But she seemed just a little bit excited. You know-excited but trying to sit down on it."
" I know," said O'Day. "So she thought Vanner was going to this Palissade place around midnight. But she didn't think she'd go?"
" No, that's what she said. She had an idea he'd be back in town to-morrow; that he might go into the office to have a talk with you. She said if he did, she wanted to be there."
O'Day grinned. "Just in case he didn't do his stuff?"
" Who knows?" said Mabel. "She looked to me to be in the sort of frame of mind that if there were going to be any show-down between you and Vanner she'd like to be around. Just so she could throw a match in the petrol tin I suppose. I don't think she likes you a bit."

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