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Merys. At that point and that point only the two stories impinged on each other.
O'Day thought that if he knew what had happened there; why the visit had become necessary and whose idea it was; then the rest would be easy.
He restarted the car; drove slowly on. He looked over the front of the Palissade Club as he passed down the main road. As on the previous visit the place was in darkness with no sign of life about it. He stopped the car on the left of the road some distance from the Palissade side turning; locked it; walked slowly back; turned into the side road.
He thought it rather odd that Merys, when telephoning him to make the appointment, had not suggested where he was to go when he arrived. Whether he was to go to the back of the house, to the side entrance or the front.
And it was not like Merys to be so vague.
O'Day tried the gate in the side wall which he had noticed the night before. It was unlocked. He went through; found himself on the right-hand side of the lawn behind the house, opposite the coppice in which he had been beaten up. From where he stood he could see the short flight of wooden steps leading up to the back entrance of the club. There was no light in any window at the back of the place.
O'Day stood there in the shadow. He had a vague feeling of discomfort. The scene was too much a repetition of the night before. He stood there for a few minutes; then turned and, keeping in the shadow of the wall, walked round the side of the house to the front entrance. He walked along the gravel path; went up the steps to the front door. It was unlocked.

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