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He asked: "D'you think that Merys knows where he is?"
She shrugged her shoulders. "Search me! I don't know what the hell anybody's playing at-except maybe you." She grinned amiably. "Maybe Ralph's chucked himself offa the end of the pier some place," she went on. "That'd make it easier for everybody ... especially you. Except that you'd have to fight Merys off all the time!"
O'Day said: "Tell me about Merys. What happened when you saw her at the Club yesterday evening?"
" You never know with Merys. She's a smart one, that one. She never even lets her left hand know what her left hand's doing-let alone the right one." Mabel took a large gulp at her whisky and soda.
She went on: "What she has to come into the Club for at the time she did, I wouldn't know. She might have known that nobody would be therenobody who mattered to her anyway. She came in, and she came straight to the hostesses' room. I was there and nobody else. She sat down and gave me a cigarette and began to talk about Vanner. She said she was worried to death about him."
O'Day grinned. "It must be the first time she's worried about anything or anyone."
She nodded. "That's what I thought. It looked to me like she was putting on an act. Playing a line for somebody's benefit. Maybe it was for me. Maybe

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