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He nodded.
" And you told me," said Merys, "that Ralph wasn't there. That wasn't true, was it? Because the police doctor thinks that Ralph was dead then-at the time I spoke to you."
" That's too bad," said O'Day. "Is that all you've got to tell me?"
" Isn't it enough, Terry?"
" It's enough to go on with." He finished his drink; carried the empty glass to the sideboard. "Do you mind if I have another one, Merys?"
She said: "Please do."
O'Day mixed himself a small whisky and soda. He asked: "Why did you want to tell me all this? You knew pretty well that the police would get around to telling me about it, didn't you? You knew that they'd want to see me rather badly?"
She asked: "Have they talked to you yet, Terry?" He shook his head. "Not yet. They haven't had a chance."
She came over to him. She stood very close to him. O'Day caught a suggestion of the subtle perfume she was wearing.
She said: "Listen, Terry. Don't be a damned fool all your life. You're in a hell of a spot, and you know it. This evidence may be circumstantial as you call it, but people have been hanged on less. And supposing you got away with it; supposing the jury thought there was an element of doubt and found you not guilty? You'd still be finished, wouldn't you? You'd be suspect for the rest of your life."
O'Day said: "Maybe. At the same time I'd like

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