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murder. Everything points to me and they can't be blamed if they try and prove it was me."
She said: "If you were sitting on a jury; if you'd heard the story as they will hear it, what would you think?" She stood looking at him sideways. There was a peculiar smile about her mouth. O'Day thought she looked like a very attractive devil.
He said: "I know what I'd believe. I'd believe that this Terence O'Day went to the Palissade Club; that there was a hell of a row between him and Vanner; that he hit Vanner over the head. That's what I'd believe."
" Precisely," she said. "And that's what I hope they will believe."
O'Day said: "You ought to look pretty good in the box giving evidence. I suppose you'll be the heartbroken wife bewailing the loss of the husband whom she let down so badly. The contrite wife who, having sinned against her husband, now realises that it was indirectly through her that he met his death. You'll do that very well, Merys. You've always been a very good actress. There are moments when you make me laugh."
She said: "All right. One thing I promise you. Before this business is over you'll laugh the other side of your face and I'm going to do everything I can to make it as tough as hell for you. And how tough"
O'Day said amiably: "Well, that sounds like a cue for exit." He picked up his hat. "So long, Merys. I'll be seeing you. When I mount the scaffold steps on the way to my execution I'll try to think kindly of you and blow you a metaphorical kiss. Good night,

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