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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Park Lane had failed. They would know that the police had got in ahead of them and that Vine Street had housed them overnight.
But there would be no Willard Lyall appearing with his merry men at Bow Street that afternoon. All the rest of them would be there ; the poor souls who had put their trust in the renegade.
From that moment, Willard Lyall could date his end. The underdogs would be out on the trail like wolves on the track of a lone animal in the wild. And the horror of it all was that Lyall was the father of the sweetest girl Dam had ever known.
Dain stood up and mopped his forehead again. Complications had piled themselves upon him, and all the hard thinking in the world did not seem to help towards an elucidation.
He plugged in again, connecting three wires across from other dials. After a little manipulation he got results. Voices came into his phones with a jump. It was Tansy and Lyall taking leave of each other.
" Then that's all right, eh ?" asked Lyall.
" Yes. I'll see to that part of it all right," assented the jeweller. "But you won't get me mixed up in any murder game. Not this timethis bloke seems a bit too big. And too wide awake. I'll make all the inquiries I can without blowing the game up, but that's as far as I'll go."
" All right, all right." Lyall's voice sounded pettish, irritable. " That's all I'm asking you to

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