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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

unoffending majesty, and that was the particular gauntlet which Fate decided had overstepped the bounds of all propriety. Unseen and quite unnoticed, Fate stooped down, picked it up, and flicked it back neatly in his teeth.

CHAPTER II

THEATRE crowds were pressing along Piccadilly and down through the Haymarket, pouring into buses and tubes and taxis. Dark massy clouds were sailing in sullen squadrons across the moon, and there was a warm smell of rain in the air.
" Rather a good show, wasn't it? I thought that new girl was awfully clever-wonderfully versatile for a newcomer."
A tall and very beautiful girl, with a mass of shining brown hair crowning the clear contour of her face, glanced up at her mother for confirmation as they made their way to the car-park behind Leicester Square.
" Very clever indeed, Mercia. And quite charming-she actually contrived not to look ugly even when singing the highest of her top notes. A decided accomplishment, that."
Both women were beautifully gowned, the

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