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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

was a thing he had never done before. He had not even phoned his intentions. He had just landed up there, obviously on the spur of the moment. And his excuse for declining to take the ladies along with him after Lyall had intimated his inability to accompany them-that was very weak, very weak indeed.
And yet, how on earth did Valmon Dain come to know anything about him?
By what miraculous means did he know that in the early hours of Tuesday morning he proposed to burgle the Duchess of Renburgh's jewel collection ?
The more he thought it out the more hopelessly involved it became.
Throughout breakfast Lyall was very quiet and uncommunicative. To cover his very unusual mealtime restraint he pretended a deep absorption in his morning papers.
As soon as he had left the house, Mercia and her mother exchanged meaning glances.
" Dad seems very reserved this morning, mums," said Mercia.
" Probably worried about business affairs, my dear," said Mrs. Lyall. " You will come to know men in time as well as I do. And I think I know Willard very well. When a man is having a harassing time in the City, he resorts to silence."
Mercia shrugged.
" I don't think it's mere worry," she said quietly.

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