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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

the two watchers in the Park emerged from the gloom of the trees and scaled the railings. They drew their automatics and barred up the exit.
It was all very simple, all very orderly. Almost laughably so. What with the speed, the accuracy, the unexpectedness of it-and the ludicrous amazement on the faces of the gangsters-it trod precariously close to the coat-tails of comedy.
The detectives ushered their captives, with indecorous politeness, out to the waiting Maria. The gangsters went sullenly, with handcuffs on their wrists and unspeakable profanity in their hearts. They felt like flies, silly, childish flies that had walked wide eyed into the spider's parlour. They knew that the Law was grinning at them.
Dain read all about the affair while travelling to his office. He got back from his Brighton engagement some time after midday, and went on from Victoria by Tube.
He slipped unobtrusively into an end seat and began to read. He wasn't at all elated, or even concerned, about the test performances of his new gun-sights-he had already satisfied himself as to their complete perfection before even getting into communication with the Admiralty.
And then a ghost of a smile played on the corners of his mouth as he took out his pocket-book. The train had stopped at a station and had filled up. There were strap-hangers pressing against his knees ; one succeeded in treading on his feet-a

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