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CHAPTER TWO
LAURETTA

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IT wns ten o'clock when O'Day awakened. He sat up in bed and stretched. Every muscle in his body was aching. One tooth-he was thankful it was a back one-was missing, and two more were loose. He got out of bed; went into the bathroom; examined his face. The side of his jaw was cut-probably from a ring worn by one of the tough boys of the night before; his left eye looked like a rainbow.
He took a shower; rang for some coffee; drank a glass of brandy whilst he waited for it; considered the situation. Vanner, he thought, must have gone haywire. Whatever he thought, or didn't think, about his wife and O'Day, he might have enough sense to realise that a beating-up would do little more than put O'Day's back up. Vanner ought to know that O'Day was not likely to be deterred from any course of action merely because two thugs had caught him off balance.
What was the good of trying to beat up a man against whom you proposed to array the forces of the Divorce Court? That alone would lose him a certain amount of sympathy. But when people got high they did all sorts of stupid things-things they regretted afterwards. Grimly, O'Day thought that before this

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