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His jaw was set tight with futile resentment. ” “The same. Get next to Momo’s boss. Tell Momo you want to make some big money or some other story. You’re good at stories. Get to work on it. You have two days to come through. ” “Okay, okay. I got it. I’m working on an angle. I think the key guy may be Dummy, the mute. The guy’s a killer. Did you ever see his eyes? ” “Bullshit. You got two days. ” Stark exited the police car two blocks from the Panama Club. He stood in the thickening fog and watched the red taillights turn out of sight.
From where he sat, Crowley could see across the street the side door of the Panama Club, the doorway illuminated by a moth-haloed electric bulb. Crowley could see the action coming and going and hear faintly the sound of a jukebox repeating the same blues number over and over. The clarity of the music swelled and eddied in proportion to the other sounds carried by the night air; the burst of crude laughter, the whiskey-thickened voices rising in a gust of excitement. A yellow streetcar grumbled past, its bell ringing dully.
He stood in the shadows while his eyes adjusted to the glare. He scanned the large, pul-ating room — bar, small dance floor, the filled tables, crowded, though not as jammed as on weekends. Rock and roll boomed from the jukebox. A bleached B-girl and a rosy cheeked sailor were the only dancers. Through the haze and movement, Stark saw Momo and Dummy at the far end of the bar, just where he’d left them. Dummy was sharply dressed as always, wearing a salt and pepper sports coat. His handsome face was unlined.