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number. After a moment Merys Vanner's voice came on the line.
O'Day said: "Well, Merys ... where do we go from here?"
She laughed-not a particularly pleasant laugh. Then she said: "That's rather up to you, isn't it, Terry?"
" I suppose it is. You know what I think, Merys? I think you and I ought to have a little talk."
" I think you're being very wise, Terry. I should think you are going to need all the help you can get.
O'Day said: "Maybe. I suppose it's never occurred to you that might be wrong. Even a brain as sharp and clever as yours, Merys, can slip up sometimes. Besides, you don't really believe that I killed Ralph, do you?"
" Why not? You had it in for him. He was going to make life pretty unpleasant for you one way or another. And he arranged that you had a beating-up the night before. I didn't turn up at that meeting because I knew there was going to be a row. What would you expect when you get two hostile personalities like you and Ralph arguing over a woman."
O'Day grinned. "There was nothing to argue about. I never argue about women-certainly not a woman like you, Merys."
" That's fine, Terry. All you've got to do is to make them believe that."
O'Day said: "I grant you it's going to be a tough job. Shall I come round now?"
" Of course." Her voice was almost honeyed. "I'd like to see you so much, Terry."

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