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we spent a week-end at a hotel in the country-I think he'll probably do something about that."
O'Day said: "You can't do anything about anything just because you believe something. If you mean that he might think of divorcing you, it's no good believing that we spent a week-end together at some hotel in the country. You've got to prove it."
She nodded. "You're perfectly right, Terry. But what is proof? It's a funny thing. You know, whenever I've read reports of divorce cases it seems to me that the Courts believe all sorts of things. But they are always inclined to believe the worst."
" Maybe," said O'Day. "But you've got to prove misconduct."
" Yes ... I suppose so. But if a woman arrived at an hotel late; if the woman had made the reservation; if the solitary night porter, very sleepy, showed her up to her double room and the man arrived afterwards so that he wasn't seen; if she said the man was you, it's quite a chance that somebody would believe it. Unless you could prove an alibi, Terry."
He said: "Well, that would be pretty easy, wouldn't it, Merys? Three weeks ago I was busily engagedand certainly not with you."
" That is so, my dear," she said. "You were in the country an the Yardley case. And I know that you couldn't talk about it. It was very, very confidential, wasn't it, Terry? Ralph told me. So it seems that I am prepared to state that you were with me, and you on the other hand aren't able to state where you were. It doesn't look so good for you, does it? In any event Ralph's got quite enough to issue a petition. That wouldn't do you or the firm any good."

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