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you can drive yourself. Then ring up the Crown at Alfriston and get busy. If you want to get at me, 'phone me. Leave a message with the porter if I'm not here." He wrote the telephone number on a piece of paper.
Mabe1 Bonaventura sighed. She got up. "Well, I don't know what it's all about, but it sounds adventurous to me." She sighed again. "I like adventure, but it don't very often come my way, or if it does it's in the shape of one of those heels who hang about the club. Maybe this will be different."
O'Day said: "You bet it will be. Anybody who looks like you, wearing a hat like that, is certain to run into something."
He gave her the glass of creme-de-menthe. She drank it expertly in one gulp.
She said: "You know, I like this liqueur. It's lovely when it hits the back of your throat. Well, I'll be seeing you, Terry. So long!"
He let her out of the flat. He thought Mabel was pretty good value-especially when she didn't know exactly what she was doing. He grinned. This time she certainly didn't.
When she'd gone O'Day rang up the garage; gave them instructions. Then he rang Callaghan Investigations. When Effie Thompson-Callaghan's secretary-came on the line he asked to speak to Windemere Nikolls. She told him to hold on. A minute later Nikolls' voice came on the telephone.
O'Day said: "Hello, Windy. This is O'Day."
Nikolls said: "Yeah? You're havin' a big time, aren't you? A lot of trouble in your firm lately. I wonder what Vanner did to somebody to get himself

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