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officer; might be a coal agent or anything. He looked very sorry."
O'Day said: "He might look like that, but he's no fool, Mabel."
" I didn't think he was." She sighed again. "I thought things out, Terry, and I thought the best thing I could do was to tell him the truth." She shrugged her shoulders. "There wasn't anything else to do, anyway."
" You're quite right," said O'Day. "What was the truth you told him?"
" He told me that you'd been down to this Palissade Club at Maidenhead. He said that you'd gone down there to meet Vanner; did I know anything about that?
" I said yes. I said you were worried about Vanner and wanted to meet him because there'd been some trouble between you two. I told him Merys Vanner had been in the club and told me that her husband was going to be there at the Palissade Club, and that I told you."
O'Day asked: "What did he say to that?"
" He didn't say anything," said Mabel. "He asked me a lot of questions about Vanner. I told him what I knew; which wasn't much."
" And he asked you some questions about Merys Vanner, I expect," said O'Day.
She nodded. "He asked me plenty of questions about you-what sort of man you were; what you did; what the girls in the club thought of you; how often you went there. You know, it's a funny thing but I told him a lot more than I meant to tell him. He's got a nice, soft, sort of miserable voice."

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