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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

And Mercia had shown an increasing interest in him from the very first.
And yet there was the exasperating incidence of that cultured interloper in the Duchess of Renburgh's affair. Dain had been hounding along the byways of international crookdom so long that he thought he had got the names and specialities of ninety per cent. of the master crooks off at his finger-tips-until that startling name, Willard Lyall, came whispering along over his wires. And all too obviously Willard Lyall was no mean apprentice in the workshops of crime. He was a leader, a highly skilled and knowledgeable craftsman who knew his own weight to an ounce and who knew how to apply it to perfection.
And an ostensible lover couldn't very well go up to the girl of his choice and say :" Oh, I say, Mercia, about that father of yours-he isn't an international crook, is he ? I was just wondering, because I happen to know a Willard Lyall who is. Lives in this neighbourhood, too ; specialises in ewels."
No. A man couldn't very well do that even though he could sign his name to seven figures and had a name that was famous in all five continents.
Dain frowned worriedly. If it hadn't been for the posting of that wretched Intimation just before lunch his course would have been all plain sailing. As it was the Yard was already informed, and the net was crawling out.

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