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The only thing we had to worry about was whether she would receive us or slam the door in our faces. In any case, we had to go; we had to find out who killed Richard.

The only thing we had to worry about was whether she would receive us or slam the door in our faces. Either way, we had to go; we had to find out who killed Richard.

What's the correct option here, and why?

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I would go with one of the following:

Either way, ...

In either case, ...

You only have two options, so either is a better option because it implies two outcomes. Any implies more than two options.

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