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"Yes? I wonder what makes you think that?" she asked.
" I'm going to tell you," said O'Day. "I'm getting into my car and I'm driving out to St. John's Wood. When I get there I'm going to tell you why you're going to start worrying. I'll tell you something else too. If you're a wise woman you're going to pack a bag and get out of town. And you'll get out tonight."
She asked harshly: "What the hell do you mean, Terry?"
" I'll tell you when I see you, but if I were you I wouldn't forget to pack the bag. So long, Merys."
He hung up. When he went downstairs to the car he was grinning.
Merys Vanner opened the door of her flat. She stood, framed in the doorway, with the hall light behind her. She made a pretty picture. O'Day's eyes wandered slowly over her from head to toe. She wore a duck-egg blue, crepe house-gown, the neck and wide, flowing sleeves of which were edged with gold kid. Beneath the hem of the house-gown O'Day could see the toes of small, blue velvet mules to match the gown.
He said: "Good evening, Merys. So you've decided to stay?"
She smiled. "Of course, Terry. You surely didn't think you were going to scare me off, did you? Come in."

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