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MERYS

"You wouldn't be tough with me, Terry, would you?"
He smiled at her. "Wouldn't I? If I had to be I would, Merys. You know that."
She clasped her hands. "That's what's so delightful about you, Terry. Underneath you can be as tough as hell, can't you? You have been as tough as hell. And you don't like it when other people get tough."
O'Day drew on his cigarette. "Meaning you?" he queried.
She nodded. "Meaning me. What do I have to do? Do I sit with my fingers crossed, with my hands folded, and take everything that comes to me? Is that the idea?"
O'Day drank some of the Martini. He said: "I want to know what you told Ralph six days ago. I want to know what it was you said to him that sent him out on this rip-snorter. You know what he's like when he gets drunk. He's impossible. He's not so good-tempered when he's sober, but when he's drunk he's nobody's business. Look, O'Day Investigations were pretty good before Ralph ever joined them. They are still going to be good in spite of the bad luck we've been having for the last six or eight months due to something I'm beginning to put my finger on.
She asked again: "Meaning me?"
" Meaning you," said O'Day. "Why don't we cut out the frills and talk sense, Merys?"
She sipped a little Martini; smoothed out a fold in her tulle over-skirt.
She said: "So I'm to be good and tell you everything that happened. I'm responsible for all the

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