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"You'll be seeing me," said O'Day. He hung up.
He walked back to where he'd parked the Rover car in Albemarle Street; drove out to St. John's Wood. When he rang the bell at the Mervyn Court apartments he wondered how Merys was going to play it now. He wondered what her technique would be. Whatever it was, he thought, it would be very interesting, very slick. Merys was no fool. She thought that she had him where she wanted him and she'd make it as tough as she could. And perhaps she thought she had something else up her sleeve. You never knew with Merys. At the back of his head was the idea that he wanted to pay another visit to the Palissade Club. His examination of the place, he thought, had been much too cursory.
He wondered if the police would keep the place under observation. He thought probably not. Having established the fact that Vanner had been murdered; having looked over the premises and taken the usual photographs, the police would be more concerned with asking questions than keeping an officer on the scene of the crime.
The door opened. Merys said smilingly: "Come in, Terry. It's nice to see you."
She led the way into the rather ornately furnished sitting-room. O'Day put his hat on a chair.
He said: "There are moments when I almost admire you, Merys. You've got one hell of a nerve."
She smiled at him. "Why not? What have I to lose? What would you like to drink, Terry? Brandy, whisky, rum ... ? I have everything. . . ."
" I'd like a whisky and soda." He watched her while she was mixing the drink.

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