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pounds. You get twenty-five now and fifty when you've got some real information for me." He took a card from his notecase; pushed it across the table. "There's my private number at home. Don't ring the office. When you want me give me a call."
" O.K., Terry," said Michael. "I'll do what I can."
The waiter approached with the tray. She leaned over; took the cover from the dish. She said: "My God ... steak ... ! I'd do anything for steak."


IV

O'Day stood up against the bar in the Silver Grill in Albemarle Street, drinking a large whisky and soda, eating a salad sandwich. He looked at his strap-watch. It was seven o'clock. O'Day thought a hell of a lot could happen in a few hours.
On Saturday morning when he'd decided to go to the Plumpton race meeting, he was concerned with one fact only, and that was that Vanner was on a jag; that he hadn't showed up for several days. Now there were a lot of other things. O'Day thought that it never rained but it poured!
Well, it was pouring all right now. O'Day grinned. It looked, he thought, like permanent bad weather unless somebody could find some means of talking sense to Vanner. The question was whether Vanner was even going to listen whilst Merys was allowed to go on mixing the poison.
And how did you stop Merys? O'Day thought that, at the moment, he didn't know the answer to that one.

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