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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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The jeweller gasped, and his mental fuddlement increased a hundredfold. That man on the seat was no criminal gangster ; he was no leader of a coterie of crooks. Tansy had had dealings with them all-and this man was not one of them. He would swear his life on that.
Tansy felt himself falling into a cold sweat of fear. It was like a damp, clammy fog that settled down over his body and brain. He could feel it chilling his skin. There, in front of him, was the

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