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to know what all this is in aid of. Where is this conversation getting us?"
" I'll tell you, Terry." Her voice softened. "I'm crazy about you; you know that. There've been one or two men in my life, but you're the only one who has ever meant anything. You and I could go places, I promise you."
O'Day grinned. "That sounds fine, doesn't it? I'd like to know how-with the best will in the world -we could go places at the moment with this nice little set-up, that you seem to have arranged so carefully, hanging over my head."
" Listen ... I've told the police exactly what I've told you. But maybe I could tell them a little more. Maybe I could tell them something that would entirely alter the complexion of this circumstantial evidence
if I wanted to."
O'Day said: "I see. So you could do that if you wanted to. I bet I can make five guesses what the price would be-the price that I'd have to pay."
She asked: "Would it be so difficult? Lots of men would like to marry me, you know, Terry. I'm not such an unattractive person, am l?"
O'Day yawned deliberately. "You're damned unattractive to me."
" I see. ..." Her voice was cold. She turned; went back to the fireplace. "Well, if that's how it is, you can get out of this the best way you can. And I hope you like it! I think the police have a complete case against you. I think they're going to make life very annoying for you."
O'Day nodded. "You bet they will. It's the business of the police to bring somebody to book for a

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