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she thought that you mighta been around pumping me about where Vanner was. Maybe she thought I mighta been able to tell her something."
" What else?" O'Day asked.
" Well ..." Mabel continued, "she said she was worried about Vanner. She said she didn't know what he was at, and that he was in the sort of frame of mind when he might do anything-or anybody."
" What did you say?"
" I said I didn't know why the hell she didn't get hold of the guy and try and talk some sense into him. I said I thought he was a big mug and his own worst enemy. I asked her if she knew where he was. She said she didn't know, but that she knew he had an appointment at twelve o'clock last night at the Palissade Club-like I told you on the telephone. So I asked her why she didn't go down there and talk sense to him there. She said no; she wasn't going to do that. First of all he'd be goddam angry with her for musclin' in on his business and secondly she didn't want to talk to him at any Club. She wanted to see him in private."
O'Day finished his drink. "Tell me something, Mabel. When you were talking to me on the telephone yesterday you said that Merys seemed excited, excited but trying to sit down on it.' What did you mean by that one?"
She shrugged her shoulders; pushed a fresh cigarette into her long holder; lighted it.
" She was sort of different-if you know what I mean. Usually, Merys Vanner's pretty cool. She not only knows all the answers; she's usually one jump ahead of the question. But she wasn't like that

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