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O'Day drew on his cigarette. "So there's only one interesting point left."
" And what's that, Terry? What is this interesting point?" Her voice was unsteady.
" The point is whether you knew what Pavin was going to do when he went to the Palissade. If you did, they'll probably hang you by that good-looking neck of yours until you are dead, and personally I think they'd be justified."
She looked at him; her eyes were bright-too bright.
" Damn you, Terry ...!"
He shrugged his shoulders. "I very nearly was damned too-by you. I want the letter. Give it to me. You wouldn't leave it in your apartment at St. John's Wood. You'd bring it down here with you. My bet is it's in your handbag. You can do one of two things. Give me that letter or I'll turn you in, and if I turn you in it's on a charge of being accessory to your husband's murder. You do exactly what you like. I'll give you exactly one minute to decide."
She got up from the chair. She stood facing him, her eyes blazing. For a moment O'Day thought she was going to fling herself at him.
He said: "Take it easy, baby. There's been enough tough stuff already, you know."
Her arms dropped limply to her sides. She went into the bedroom. When she came back the letter was in her hand. She gave it to him.
O'Day unfolded the letter; looked through the sheets. He said: "Well, it looks as if it's all here." He put it in his pocket. "What about the money, Merys? I'd like that too ... all of it."

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