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"Because I damned well didn't want to. When I tell a man I'm for him it's a compliment. That's what I think. But you didn't. You told me where I could get off and you thought I was going to take it, didn't you?"
O'Day sighed. "If ever I thought such a thing, quite obviously I was very wrong."
" You don't know how wrong you were, you Irish heel. What did you think I was going to do-go and sit in the corner and twiddle my thumbs? You know how it's been between Ralph and myself for a long time. I don't like him. He's not my sort of husband. God knows why I married him."
O'Day yawned. "My guess is you married him for the pearl necklace, the diamond solitaire ring you're wearing next to the fake one on your second finger, and a block of War Defence Bonds that he had then. That's my guess."
Her voice was trembling with anger. "I see. ... So that's what you think of me."
" Yes ... don't you like it?" O'Day watched her clench the fingers of her right hand. He could see the scarlet nails pressing into her palm.
She said: "There are moments when I could kill you, Terry."
" I hope this isn't one of them. I hate dying on Saturday evenings. But go on with the story. So you decided to have your own back on Mr. O'Day?"
She nodded. "If you knew as much about women as you're supposed to know-you ought to realise that no woman like me is going to be turned down by a man like you without doing something about it.

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