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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

from the others that you had given the word for Tuesday morning. And he rang me up to say so."
" And nothing else has occurred at all?"
" Not a thing, so far as I know."
" Well, look here, Tansy : something very fishy has been happening lately. And I don't like it." Lyall puffed at his cigarette, blowing long, blue clouds at the smoke-grimed ceiling.
" What-what do you mean, guv'nor ?" asked the jeweller nervously. " The Yard smelling a rat ? Somebody been round makin' inquiries ?"
" No, not quite that . . . but . . . listen-if there was a white rat in our crowd, a renegade, a traitor, a police spy, whom would you most suspect ?"
" Gawd !" Tansy blanched under the furnacedirt on his face. " Do you mean that, guv ? You think we've got a squealer somewhere ?"
" I do."
Lyall looked at him, cold and steady.
Tansy eyed him back, and the nervousness gave way to a hard, glittering light in his eyes.
" That means there's a job of murder to be done, I s'pose ?" he said thickly.
" Precisely that," replied Lyall, and his hand went into his inside pocket.
The other eyed his leader silently and fingered his grimy chin.
" Murder, eh ?" he said slowly. " Well, it isn't the first time we've had to call in the undertakers. "

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