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business was over Vanner would certainly regret the rough stuff he had arranged.
He shrugged his shoulders; shaved; dressed; went into the sitting-room; drank coffee. He thought that Merys Vanner's attitude at the Club-her conversation with Mabel Bonaventura-the evening before was peculiar. Peculiar because Merys was not the sort of baby to discuss her private affairs with a Club hostess unless there was something else to it.
He grinned wryly. Maybe there was something behind it. Merys would guess, after her conversation with O'Day at the hotel at Eastbourne, that he would not be likely to leave the matter where it was. She knew that he would find Vanner and have a showdown. She knew that he would probably go to the Club and ask Mabel whether she had seen Vanner. And so she had made a point of going round there; talking to Mabel, guessing that she would telephone O'Day and tell him of Vanner's appointment at the Palissade Club at Maidenhead.
O'Day lighted his first cigarette; began to walk about the sitting-room. He wondered how Merys knew that Vanner was going to the Palissade Club. How she knew that he was due there at midnight. There was only one way she could find out. Vanner had told her. Why? Were they working together? Had Vanner laid it on through Merys for O'Day to go down to Maidenhead, and arranged for a couple of toughs to form a reception committee and beat him up? In any event, where was the sense in the process?
He shrugged his shoulders again; put on his hat; walked round to the garage. On his way he stopped

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