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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Dain himself had carried up the various fittings, an inconceivable number of journeys, and had assembled them with a patience that was as precise and unflagging as the skill employed in their making.
And the thing had grown on him. Dain had spent hours and days and nights in that green twilight above Kingsway. He told himself, in his own heart of hearts, that this astonishing invention of his was merely his hobby, something with which he could toy and make easement for his brain after the prolonged periods of bottled up mental concentration which he ruthlessly demanded of himself. But that was only a bluff, a soft assurance which he put up to his own personal self as a balm to his own conscience.
For only Dain himself knew how tremendously this hobby of his had become his dominating master. Imperceptibly at first, but with a dreadful surety, it had come to be the be-all and end-all of his existence. Very slowly his old haunts ceased to know him. His own home out at Hendon became little more to him than an occasional bedroom. Dain was a sporadic lodger in his own house. Equally slowly he became more and more Mr. Landring Dent, of the top-floor offices in Kingsway.
That was Valmon Dain, the man, the strange contradiction of power and subtlety, of notoriety and anonymity, of public fame and complete mystery, who sped in his high-powered car sheer

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