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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

deal that requires explanation-but we mustn't talk about it here. I will have a serious talk with dad as soon as he is well enough."
Mrs. Lyall was frightened. She had begun to suspect something sinister behind her husband's conduct, something so sinister that she dared not hint at it even to her daughter..

CHAPTER IV

Two o'clock had dinned out on the great brassy bells of London. An occasional taxi prowled slowly through the night, and now and then a waggon of milk-churns bumped noisily over the cobbles.
Round by Hyde Park the shadows were black and the silence almost unbroken. Thick clouds obscured the moon ; the night was heavy, with a hint of rain in the air. Sometimes, in a vagrant wind-puff, the trees rustled gently behind the railings in Park Lane.
But round in the backwater of the Kingsland Mews not a sound broke the stillness. A solitary gas-jet flickered fitfully in a broken glass lamp at the far end of the horse-stalls, but even it was almost

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