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thought that rather odd because Ralph's always been a very punctual man and he wanted to see you urgently. But he'd turned up all right. When you were speaking to me on the telephone he was dead. You'd probably lost your temper and hit him. But you weren't going to tell me that, were you? Well, I had to tell the police what happened and I told them what happened."
O'Day yawned. "Why not? So that's the story you told them, Merys? You told them that Ralph was going to bring a divorce action against you and cite me as co-respondent. You told them Ralph had had me beaten up at the Palissade Club the night before last; that he'd cancelled the appointment to see me at the office with you yesterday to have a show-down, and made another one at the Palissade Club. And you didn't turn up. I expect you told the police," said O'Day, "that you didn't turn up because you were afraid of trouble. Is that right, Merys?"
She nodded. The same cold, malicious smile played about her mouth. "Yes, something like that. And it was true. After what had happened the night before I was afraid of trouble."
O'Day grinned. "What else did you tell them?"
She looked at him. Now her expression changed; it was almost one of amusement. "I told them the truth, Terry. I told them that soon after twelve I was fearfully worried about the pair of you. I was scared. I know that you can be very bad-tempered if you want to be, and I knew that Ralph was furious with you. I thought there might be some more trouble there and I was frightened. So I rang through and I spoke to you.

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