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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

air about him, an air of quiet dominance that seemed to invest him with all the hidden authority of a monarch, despotic and absolute.
He put the card down gently and stared at it for some seconds. Then, with actions as deft and precise as those of an automatic machine, he addressed it in the same upstanding print letters, and sealed it, pressing the ball of his right thumb firmly into the warm wax.
He glanced across at a photograph on the polished surface of his desk, the photograph of an unusually charming-looking girl, who peeped out at him with merry impudence from behind a mass of flowers held to her breast. It was signed " Happy Memories, Mercia Lyall." Just for a moment the hand that held the envelope trembled perceptibly, and the frown on his forehead intensified till the deep brows almost hid his eyes. Then, with a sudden shrug and an irritated click of the tongue, he stuffed it into his pocket and called for his car.
Valmon Dain, even among a crowd of unusual men, would have stood out prominently as an exceptionally curious study.
To begin with, he was admitted by the greatest scientists of the day to be one of the most extraordinary brains of the present era. Lord Darvin, president of the Royal Research Society, alleged him to be little more than a cold, precise thinkingmachine set on an unusually finely developed human body. His faculty for putting an icy logic to bear

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