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that Mrs. Deane looked the sort of woman who might have plenty to worry about.
And Pavin? Pavin seemed to get around. Pavin who was supposed to be engaged to Mrs. Deane and who was having hurried and presumably secret meetings with Merys Vanner who, O'Day thought, had come down to Eastbourne to meet him.
He was very interested. He called the waiter; paid his bill; said a word to Parker, the hall porter; got into his car and drove back to London.
O'Day stopped the car at the end of Sloane Street; went into the telephone call-box; looked up Mabel Bonaventura's address. He drove round slowly. Ten minutes later he stood with his finger on the bell-push by the side of the door of her flat.
She opened the door. She said: "Well ... well ... who'd have thought of seeing you? Come in, Terry. What's the trouble? Or isn't there any?"
He followed her into the untidy sitting-room.
She was wearing a scarlet, silk kimono covered with gold dragons, red velvet mules with four-inch heels that she kept on her feet with difficulty, and had a cigarette stuck in an eight-inch imitation amber holder.
She went to the sideboard and produced a halfbottle of whisky, two glasses and a syphon.
She said: "You're a proper slave-driver, aren't you, Terry? I s'pose you've come to find out if I've got my hooks into Vanner yet. Well, I haven't. I haven't seen the boy and nobody else seems to know

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