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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Your decision to stay in on Monday night was a wise one-from almost every point of view. "

He addressed it and passed it casually over the counter, and then proceeded leisurely on his way to break his fast.
Willard Lyall at that same time was walking slowly and thoughtfully away from the side street in Notting Hill.
He was so preoccupied in thought that he walked for over an hour, striving, with every faculty concentrated on his problem, to get to the bottom of it.
It was with something of a start of surprise that he found himself in his own road within a few minutes' walk of Greydene. He had started away from Notting Hill with no definite idea in his mind of where he wanted to go except that he felt the need of a walk and a long period in which to think things out. And unconsciously he had turned off towards his own district.
He shrugged his shoulders and headed for his house.
When he got in the first words he heard were, " Oh-that you, dad? There's a telegram for you in your study-only came a couple of minutes ago." It was Mercia calling cheerfully from the music room where, with deft fingers twinkling over the keyboard, she was practising some bewilderingly intricate scales.

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