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He looked at his watch. It was six o'clock. He walked over to the telephone; dialled Mabel Bonaventura's number.
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She said: "O.K. Do I have to make any more visits to the country?"
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She said: "I'll come right round."
O'Day hung up. He lighted a cigarette; began to walk about the sitting-room. He thought he knew exactly what he was going to do.
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" Oh, yes? Are you trying to start something?"
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