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decided that I wouldn't. I thought it would be much nicer to be in London whilst you and Ralph said what you had to say to each other."
" I'm sorry you thought that. I wanted you to be present. Maybe you'd have been surprised. Maybe, however, fate has ruled otherwise. Look, where is Vanner? I've just arrived at this place and it's empty. The front door was open. As far as I can see there's nobody here."
She said: "But there will be. Ralph may be a little late, but he'll be there. Perhaps he'll go in by the back entrance. The proprietor doesn't like people going in the front way after the club's closed."
" I see ..." said O'Day. "So that's why he leaves the front door unlocked?"
She said: "Good night, Terry." He heard the receiver click on abruptly.
He lighted a cigarette. He wondered what the hell Merys was playing at. She was doing the strangest things, but Merys did nothing except for a reason. He switched off the light; closed the door; went out of the front door.
He did not retrace his steps round the side of the house. Instead he went down the gravel path, through the front entrance gates. He walked down the side lane until he came to the door in the wall. He went through.
Someone was in the back of the house. Now the window on the right-hand side of the back entrance showed a light. The blinds were down but through one side where the curtain had been drawn apart O'Day could see that the lights in the room were on. So Vanner had arrived!

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