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He went inside; closed the door behind him. He struck a match; found a light switch; turned it on. He stood in a fair-sized hallway with three doors on the right of it, one door on the left and in front of him a wide, curving flight of stairs leading to the upper regions. On the right of the stairs was a passageway which seemed to lead towards the back of the house.
O'Day switched off the light; opened the door to his left. Inside, the room was dark, the curtains drawn. He groped for a light switch; switched on the light. The room was large, well-furnished and along the whole length of the right-hand side was a bar, the shelves behind it well-stocked with battles. The smell of tobacco smoke still hung on the air.
O'Day walked over to the bar; stood leaning on it, looking at the framed set of the Palissade Club's rules that hung on the wall behind it. Apparently, the place closed at half-past ten. The whole thing was very mysterious. Why it was necessary for Vanner to have meetings at a deserted club-house in the country he didn't know. He wondered if Vanner did.
The telephone at the end of the bar rang. O'Day stood looking at the instrument. For a moment he was inclined to let it ring; then he picked up the receiver.
He said: "Hello. . . ."
Merys' voice came on the line. "So you're there, Terry? I'm glad. I rang ten minutes ago and there was no answer.'
O'Day said: "I thought you were to be present at this interview."
" Did you?" Her voice was sarcastic. "Well, I

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