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MERYS

As she passed behind him, he said: "Hello, Merys ... I suppose you haven't seen me?" He smiled at her.
She stopped. Her eyes opened wide in a mild surprise. "Well, Terry ... fancy seeing you here!
Isn't the world a small place?"
" Sometimes it's a little too small for me," said O'Day. "I want to talk to you."
" Of course. ..." She slipped gracefully on to the empty stool by his side.
He thought that everything she did, every gesture, every movement, was worked out very carefully.
She asked: `Did you know I was here or did you come, like I did, by accident-on impulse?"
He smiled cheerfully. "You came here on impulse? Like hell you did! You came here about as much on impulse as I did."
She said: "Dear . . . dear . . . dear . . . ! Doesn't this sound dramatic, Terry? So you didn't come here on impulse" She smiled, showing her white, even and pretty teeth. He noticed the real pearl necklace that Vanner had given her when they were married, and the beautifully-made, imitation diamond bracelet showing beneath the long sleeve of her gown.
He shook his head. "No ... I came here because, in spite of the fact that you came here on impulse, Jennings of the International & General seemed to have an idea that you'd be down here. I met him at Plumpton race course. So I thought I'd come over and see what the form was."
She nodded. "I see. How nice for me, Terry. Are you going to buy me a little drink?"

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