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two other men I don't know, and you say you don't know either. But the general idea would be that you wouldn't be awfully pleased with the beating-up you'd got. That's only natural."
O'Day grinned. "Nobody likes being beaten up."
Dougal shrugged his shoulders. "People react in different ways. However, apparently Vanner wanted to see you the next day. He made an appointment to meet you at your office some time in the evening, but he couldn't get there. It seems that he telephoned Mrs. Vanner and told her he couldn't keep the appointment in the office, but that he was going down to the Palissade Club and would like you and her to meet him there. He asked her to let you know. So she telephoned through to the office and told you, and she didn't go to Maidenhead herself because she thought there was going to be trouble. She stayed in her apartment."
O'Day said: "It looks as if she was right, doesn't it? There was plenty of trouble even if it was before I arrived."
Dougal nodded. "It's not very satisfactory, is it, Mr. O'Day? It doesn't add up."
" No," said ODay. "And one of the things that don't add up, to my mind, is this: When Vanner went to the Palissade Club-I'm talking about the first
visit-he 'couldn't possibly have had any idea that I was going there because I didn't know I was going myself, but he has someone waiting to beat me up in case I do
go there. Doesn't that strike you as being odd?"
Dougal said carefully: "It might."
" And isn't it odd," said O'Day, "that having arranged for me to be beaten up he should expect me

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