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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

inside pocket without opening them, and then picked up a plain post-card. It was addressed to him in neat, upright capitals and bore the London postmark across the stamp. The date of posting was blurred and scarcely decipherable. He turned it over incuriously. On the reverse side, also in block print letters, was a single sentence.
A slow frown spread over his face as he read it. His hand shook and he dropped the card suddenly to the table. There was a sickly, unhealthy pallor crawling slowly over his skin, but the dark brows had come down over his eyes like a thundercloud.
He read the extraordinary thing again and a look of awful shock came into his eyes.
" Do not leave your house on Monday night if you value your life."
Stark and forbidding the words glared up at him from the post-card. They seemed to be vital, alive. They were grinning up at him in a mute, malignant stare.
He stared back at the thing as though in a mesmeric trance. The single line seemed to fascinate him and appal him with some dreadful dual quality of its own. It was a threat, a challenge, and a menace in one ; a sudden iconoclastic bombshell from some unknown devil in the great anonymous world outside-a ghastly assurance that someone knew him and all his secret works well enough to send that fearsome warning through the post.;

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