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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Delbury cut him short with a voice that was waspish with irritability.
" Don't you see-that's just what he is," he blurted. " He's the king of all the squealers that lived since Judas first fingered silver. He's the biggest crook we've ever known. And he's doublecrossing them all-he won't stand for opposition. He's Brain-a crime maker. Those we have managed to rake in up to now are only puppets, his puppets most likely, and "
" Ahhr ! Away wid you. Why should he be selling his own boys ? For why should he be playin' the fool with his own crowd ?"
" How the blue blazes do I know ? All I know is that no man on earth could have done what the Ghost has done unless he was in with the gangs -in with 'em up to the eyes. He's got the leaders of every big coup for the past twelve months in his pocket. He knows their names, knows their ways, knows their plans. Gosh ! can't you see ? He's hand and glove with every big move afoot.",
" Then you must think he's a lunatic. You must do. You think he's just cuttin' off his nose to have a look at it ?"
" That's the nearest we've got to it yet. A madman. A raving, marvellous, unbelievable imbecile. And I'll get him-if I have to comb all London for him. I'll get him if I have to call in the Chief and make him give me every man in the Yard. T'll lay that Ghost before the month is

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