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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

For some minutes Dain sat back in a brooding silence while the taxi chugged its way out to the northern suburbs.
Thoughts were not coming to him very smoothly that night, and there was a gloomy motionlessness about him that told of a man who had been pulling too long in his own harness.
He had been drawing heavily on his own powers of resilience for many weeks. Nature accepts a temporary apology for most of the foolishnesses of mankind, but she demands immediate settlement for loss of sleep.
He knew what the trouble was. There were too many cross currents of speculative introspection going on in his mind for him to be able to proceed with his accustomed sureness from point to point to ultimate logical conclusions.
There was Mercia, whose full name was Mercia Frances Lyall. There was Mercia's father, to him an entirely worthy though rather vague gentleman, whom he had only met twice in his life. And Mercia's father's name was Willard Lyall. And that was the most disturbing feature of all. For there was that unexpected new arrival in the field of international criminality, whose name was Willard Lyall also, and who also lived in Highgate. He appeared to have presented his card at a most disastrous moment. There was Intimation No. 34 which had just proceeded inexorably and without delay to its appointed destination. The Scotland

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