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MERYS

O'Day said: "I've got the same idea. Is that all?"
" It's all I've got at the moment. Isn't it enough for you?"
" It'll do to go on with. If you see Vanner try and pump him, see?"
She said: "I know what you mean, Terry. Don't worry. I'll earn that seventy-five. I always see my job right through to the bitter end. Only I hope it's not going to be so bitter-not for you I mean."
" We'll chance that," said O'Day. "So long, Mabel."
He hung up.
He went over to the sideboard; mixed himself a whisky and soda. He thought that one day might be just as good as another for seeing Vanner. He thought it was rather a coincidence that Merys, who was usually so secretive about what she thought or what she was going to do, should have talked so much to Mabel Bonaventura. But maybe it wasn't. Maybe Merys felt like talking these days. Perhaps she wanted to make the misconduct story as public as possible. He shrugged his shoulders.
He took off his jacket; threw it across a chair; went to his bedroom. He lay on the bed in the darkness thinking about Merys Vanner, wondering what the next move in the game was going to be.
At half-past ten he got up. He helped himself to another drink; put on an overcoat. He walked across to the garage; got the car. It was twenty minutes to twelve when he pulled up on to the grass verge under the shelter of a hedge on the other side of Maidnhead. He locked the car; found the deserted side road he was looking for. It was a fine night and

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