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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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" Make of it ?" Tansy's tone was one of puzzled incredulity. "Well, if it ain't a fake-it'sit's "
" It isn't a fake. It's a genuine warning. And the ghastly part of it is that I haven't the faintest idea who it's from. Doesn't that convey anything to you ?"
It would appear that it certainly did. Tansy's face had gone as white as the grime on it would allow.
" You see," continued Lyall ; "it means that somewhere in London there is an unknown spy who knows as much about my movements as I do myself. It must be obvious to even the meanest intelligence that he is fully aware of my intentions regarding the Duchess of Renburgh's jewels. It is, or ought to be, equallyy obvious that he has already notified the police of my intentions-or perhaps I ought to say our intentions. Otherwise, why should he warn me? And, again, why has he warned me and not the others? But chiefly, who the devil is he ?"
The cold, chill note had gone out of Lyall's voice. His easy assumption of casual detachment fell away, and he uttered the last words with a rasping asperity.
" I've been thinking matters over very closely this morning," he went on, " and I've come to the

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