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yesterday. She looked at me as if she'd had a drink, and she was excited and yet trying to keep cool at the same time. She seemed to me as if she'd heard something or seen something that had knocked her for a loop; as if she was trying to keep quiet and think things out and was too excited to do it."
O'Day said: "Actually, all she did was to let you know that Vanner was going to be at the Palissade Club round about midnight. I think you're right, Mabel. I think that the idea was that she'd guessed I'd asked you if you'd seen Vanner. Merys thought that you'd tell me he'd be at the Palissade at twelve. Maybe she wanted me to be there."
She said: "Search me. ... But p'raps you're right. That looks like the only good reason she mighta had. She would know that I wouldn't give a tinker's cuss where Vanner was-or wasn't."
She took out a powder compact from the pocket of her dressing-gown; walked over to the mirror; began to powder her nose. She stopped suddenly in the process; turned towards O'Day.
" Look, Terry ... you take a tip from little Mabel and watch your step. That Merys is gunning for you -but good. She doesn't like you a bit-not one little thing about you. She's out for your blood and if you're not goddam careful she's going to have it. Didn't they ever tell you that one about `Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned'?"
O'Day grinned. "I heard that when I was at school." He got up. "I'll be seeing you, Mabel. Watch out for Vanner and if you find him do your stuff."
" O.K.," said Mabel. "If I find him I will, and

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