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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Yard chiefs had already received it. His whispering wires told him that much. Then there was that other case, that amazing adventure of the French syndicate, threatening to break info reality at any moment and embarrass him with its harassing network of complications. There was that jewel robbery timed for two-thirty on Tuesday morning, a robbery which might, or might not, have been planned by Mercia's own father. Dain was there to find that out. And, first and last, there was Mercia again.
It was a situation that demanded the most delicate handling, the very lightest of touches.
He mentally assessed his own end of it. He had only known Mercia for such a very little while that he knew scarcely anything about her, and infinitely less about her relations. She was sweet and charming and wholly adorable. Of course she was ; Mercia couldn't be anything else. And her mother was a paragon of matronly rectitude, old enough to have sorted out the flowers from the rocks along the roadway of life, yet still young enough to find infinite delight in the company of her daughter, and to be the perfect chum to her that the real mother should be.
Obviously there was nothing wrong there. He had admired them both intensely the first moment he became acquainted with them. In a few weeks his admiration for the younger one developed into something very far beyond ordinary friendship.

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