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with his wife. He gets his evidence and I suppose he is about to bring the divorce action against me. But he's scared of you. He knows you've got a hell of a temper. He knows that somehow you'll try to stop him doing what he intends to do. That's why he keeps out of town. And that's why he's got a bodyguard looking after him. You're much tougher and stronger than Ralph was, you know. But you get after him. You find out he's going to the Palissade Club and you go down there. What you went down there for I don't know. But when you arrived you ran into the bodyguard. And they gave you a damned good hiding. Ralph told me all about it.
" The next day he made an appointment to see you in the office. He asked me to be there. He said there was going to be a show-down. Well, for some reason-I don't know why-he telephoned me later and told me to get in touch with you and to say he couldn't get to the office; to let you know that he had to be at the Palissade Club and to ask you to go down there at twelve o'clock. He said he'd got to see youand no nonsense this time."
O'Day said: "That's right. The only difference was that although you were supposed to be at the appointment in the office, for some reason best known to yourself you weren't at the appointment at the Palissade Club."
" Because I came to the conclusion that I didn't want to be there. But you were, Terry. You were there because I spoke to you on the telephone." She smiled maliciously. "You told me a lie."
" Did I?" O'Day asked. "What lie?"
" You told me that Ralph hadn't turned up. I

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