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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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" Oh no ; not quite that. But-reserved, somehow. I never feel that I know anything about him. I always get the curious impression that, whenever he's talking, he is never talking about the thing that is really in his mind. It is almost as though he only makes his secondary ideas vocal. He is thinking about one thing and talking about another. I never quite seem to be able to get at him. Odd, isn't it ?''
" One of the oddities of a superfluity of brains, my dear."
" I expect that's it. He seems to exist in the midst of a tremendous preoccupation. And yet, somehow-"
Mercia's voice trailed off on a note of worried indecision. Her mother, motherly observant and maternally discreet in every way, saw the signs of difficulties ahead and gave the conversation a deft half twist, not enough to be too obvious, but just enough to get back to firmer ground.
" He's a frightfully busy man, isn't he?" she said casually. " What new marvel is he engaged upon now ? Something highly startling, I suppose ?"
Mercia smiled. " I don't know at all," she said ; " he very rarely speaks of his tasks-he doesn't like talking about possibilities at all until they're a fait accompli. I wouldn't be surprised though if he isn't trying to find a way of preventing ladders

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