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Merys." He grinned at her. "I hope your pet canary dies."
He went out. She heard the front door slam behind him.
She stood in front of the fireplace. Then she brought up her hands on to the mantelpiece to support herself. She was as white as death, shaking with a rage which she could not control.
When O'Day went through the entrance doors of the apartment block, he saw Dougal sitting in the big oak chair beside the hall porter's box. Dougal was wearing a quiet, double-breasted grey overcoat, his black Homburg on his knees and his gloved hands folded on the crook of his umbrella.
He got up as O'Day came into the hallway. "Mr. Terence O'Day?" he queried.
" Yes ... they tell me you want to talk to me?"
" I'm Detective-Inspector Dougal of Scotland Yard, and I'd like to ask you a few questions if you could spare the time, Mr. O`Day. I've tried to get in touch with you before."
" I know. I've been busy. Would you like to come upstairs?" O'Day led the way towards the lift.
When they arrived at his flat O'Day said: "I think you'd like to take off your overcoat, wouldn't you?" He smiled. "I feel this is going to be quite a conversation."
Dougal nodded. He took off his overcoat; placed it neatly with his hat, umbrella and gloves at the end of the settee. He sat down.

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