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NEMESIS

that the refinement had gone from her voice. Something or other had reduced Miss Bonaventura to her natural self.
O'Day said: "Come in."
She went into the sitting-room.
He went on: "Do you wonder I thought it was somebody's birthday?" He looked at her as she stood in the middle of the floor.
She was wearing a well-cut, black coat and skirt, the cuffs, revers and trimmings of black and white check. Underneath was a white silk blouse with a ruffle. She wore a small hat with a little veil. She looked very well-dressed; very chic; very mysterious.
She said: "Somebody's birthday, hey? For God's sake! Terry, I'm scared. . . ."
He asked: "Why? That isn't like you, Mabel. Would you like a whisky and soda? And sit down." He pointed to the armchair.
She said: "I never drink whisky in the morning ... well, not much. But if you've got any creme-dementhe. . . ."
He went to the sideboard; poured out the liqueur. He brought it to her.
He asked: "What's the trouble?"
" Have I got trouble!" said Mabel bitterly. "First of all I've had a row with that Irish-Italian wop who runs the club. He got funny. He got funny because some policeman came to the club to ask me questions, and you know how much he likes policemen. So he was rude." She tossed her head. "Nobody's rude to me twice."
O'Day said: "You told him where he got off, Mabel?"

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