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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

whole living solution to the menacing horror that had been hanging over the whole of the criminal underworld for months. There was the mystery man himself.
Tansy was one of the lower order. He was notand never would be-a leader. His brain was not quick enough. He did not grasp essentials, neither was he able to size up a situation and map out a plan of campaign according to his own deductions. He had to have someone else-an employer-to do his thinking for him.
That was why, at that moment, he was wishing with every bit of soul that was in him for his boss to make a sudden appearance and take the reins out of his hands. Lyall would have known ' how to handle the situation with the sure touch of a master. He would have done something.
And all Tansy could do was to hang on to his strap and stare in ox-like bemusement at the man whose very presence was a continual threat to his own freedom.
Dain, blissfully unaware of what was going on over his head, idly turned the pages of his notebook. There were other and equally illuminating entries in that book. Tansy was vouchsafed fleeting glimpses of them.
And the first one of all-which Dain contemplated for several seconds with quiet satisfaction-was his opening assault on the Silver Arrow Group. There were six arrests down against this entry, and not a

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