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take any excuse to get him out. So he asked me what I thought he'd ask me."
O'Day nodded. "He asked you why?"
" Yes." She smiled at him; put her fingers on his arm. "I told him that you were stuck on me and that I knew you were a fearful man for chasing women; that you couldn't even lay off your partner's wife. I said I'd had a very tough time fighting you off during the three weeks he was away in Northumberland. Remember?"
O'Day said: "Nice work. What a sweet bitch you are, Merys."
" You're telling me! Who was it said hell hath no fury like a woman scorned?"
" I don't remember," said O'Day. "And I don't care. But obviously the boy was right."
She went on: "You can imagine that Ralph didn't like this. He's always been jealous of you. What he didn't say he'd do to you was nobody's business." She put up her hand as he started to speak. "Oh, I know he couldn't do anything to you. I know Ralph's a rather cheap sort of wind-bag. I've known that for years. But underneath that he's some sort of man, I suppose. And, as you know, he's very fond of me."
O'Day said: "I know. I've often wondered why. Any man who's fond of you ought to have his brain examined."
" Maybe," she said. "But the situation's been created, Terry. It's not a bit of good you going to Ralph and telling him that I made a pass at you. Do you think he'd believe it? He's been off on a jag. He's done all sorts of things that aren't going to do the business any goad."

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