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She nodded. "I said to him, I said, you listen to me-and just remember you're talking to a lady. One more crack out of you, you so-an'-so an' I'm going to smack you down. And," she went on, "I said to him you know what you can do with your so-and-so club . . . ! And then I swep' out."
O'Day grinned. "I hope you got your money before you told him all this."
She smiled. "What do you think I am?"
O'Day asked: "What was all the trouble about with the policeman, Mabel?"
She settled herself in her chair. "That's what I came round about. This morning-and it would be just my luck that the boss was hangin' around the club -I went in there early-about a quarter past tenand this policeman comes in-a Chief DetectiveInspector in plain clothes, named Dougal. He was looking for me."
O'Day said: "I suppose he wanted to talk to you about Vanner?"
She nodded. "That's right. He wanted to talk about Vanner. An' he talked plenty. He talked about Merys too. It's just my luck to get mixed up in a murder mystery. Fancy somebody knockin' off Vanner." Her expression changed. "It wasn't you, Terry, was it? I can't see you doing a thing like that."
He shook his head. "I give you my word I didn't do it, Mabel. I never go about the place using blunt instruments on ex-partners. What was it Dougal wanted to know?"
She said: "Well, he was very nice an' quiet. He's a funny sort of feller; he doesn't look like a police

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