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to my restaurant, Mr Detective? Not me. Martha’s the head of a ring of burglars. My presence makes her nervous. Last night we got a whole basketful of diamonds. You wanna see? Bring us two of your dangerous dinners, Martha. D’you know how much I’ve been offered to poison this man? dollars. I’m holding out for . Two dinners. You want wine? Bring a small bottle. Huh! Same old cheapskate! She adores you, doesn’t she? Ought to, I sent her husband up. Was he really a burglar? Wifebeater. Oh, she’s wonderful. She’s under wraps on account of you. I don’t usually eat here with a dame. Oh, I mean radio Dame’s all right. I imagine you bring your wife here. There’s no such animal. Oh? My dad said you were married. Your dad is not a reliable source of information. You’re quite right. I never knew anybody who tells so many lies. He does it for fun, though. He’s always driving kings and queens, or movie stars, and overhearing the most amazing conversations. Like your dad, huh? Crazy about him. I hope you come here often, young lady. Five years he sits in my restaurant frightening everybody away. A detective in the window: you can imagine how people want to come in. But now with a beautiful lady he looks almost human. How’s the soup? Horrible. It’s very good. Thanks. Eat all you want. Have you been trying to get in touch with Paine? No. I don’t quite know what to do. When were you married? After he came back from the war. But we knew each other before that. You said this morning you were separated. Three months ago. Why? It’s hard to say why you leave a man, or why you stop loving him. I always blamed Ken, but I guess it was my fault too, not understanding what made him seem so mean and impossible. I guess the chiefthing wrong with Ken was no job, and lots of pride. Too much pride. A man can usually find work if he wants to. You’re worried about me feeling badly because he’s going to be arrested, aren’t you? Something like that. I think I’ll stick by him if he is. He’ll need me. I owe it to him. You still love him, huh? In spite of everything.