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her desk. O'Day went into his own room; switched on the light. He sat in his big desk chair; put his feet on the desk. He wondered how long Vanner and his wife would be.
At twenty to eleven he was still wondering. He got up; began to walk about the office. He wondered if Ralph Vanner had changed his mind; if he had concluded that the interview which had seemed so important was not so important. O'Day put on his hat. He was walking through the outer office when the telephone bell rang. He took the call on Miss Trundle's desk. It was Merys Vanner.
She said quietly: "Good evening, Terry. I hope you're well. Actually, I expect you're as well as you can be."
O'Day asked: "What do you mean by that, Merys?"
She said: "It looks as if Ralph got somebody to take care of you last night. I wonder how you liked it."
" As much as anyone likes being beaten up. I thought Ralph had made the appointment to-night to apologise. I thought maybe he'd arranged that beating-up when he was cock-eyed; that now he'd thought better of it."
" I don't think he was cock-eyed, Terry. I think he felt like that, that's all."
" O.K.," said O'Day. "Do we have to go on talking about that? Is that what you rang up for? And where is Ralph? I want to talk to that bird."
" Believe it or not, he wants to talk to you, but some urgent business turned up and he couldn't get to the office. He said he'd be glad if you'd go down to the

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