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asked me if I knew of anybody who'd do it. I told him to go and see Bale. You know George Bale? He specialises in divorce an' that sorta stuff. He's gotta nose like a ferret, an' he likes that business. I've never known such an egg for finding out who was doin' what an' why."
O'Day asked: "Do you think he went to Bale?"
Nikolls shrugged his shoulders. "How would I know? Maybe he did; maybe he didn't. Why don't you ask Bale?"
" I will," said O'Day. He ordered two more drinks; drank his own quickly. "I'll be seeing you, Windy." He went out,
He stopped at the telephone box on the corner of Hay Hill; went inside; looked up Bale's number. He dialled it. A woman's voice answered. When he asked for Bale she told him to hold on. A minute later he came on the line.
O'Day said: "Mr. Bale, my name's O'Day. Ralph Vanner was my partner. Windemere Nikolls suggests that you did a job for Vanner down at the Sable Inn. I rang through to know if you did or not. You can probably guess the reason I'm asking you."
" I think I can understand why you're interested, Mr. O'Day. Vanner talked a lot about you."
" I expect he hadn't anything very good to say about me?"
" I don't know about that," said Bale. "He didn't sound too unpleasant to me. But you're making a mistake, Mr. O'Day. He didn't ask me to go down to the Sable Inn, wherever that may be."
" No? I wonder if you could tell me where he did ask you to go."

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