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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

single one of them had got away with less than five years.
Dain closed the book with a snap and slipped it back into his pocket. The jeweller had long since passed the station at which he wished to alight. But some unfathomable impulse, some unexplainable urge over which he had not the slightest control, impelled him to stay on.
The train was then speeding out of the Temple, and by the time he had collected his scattered wits, he had become half mesmerised with the magnitude of the task ahead of him.
Dain glanced out of the window as the train slid into the Mansion House, tossed his paper to the floor and stood up. As though in a daze Tansy stood aside to let him pass. He turned and stared dumbly after him as his commanding figure went out through the door. Tansy didn't know it, but the train had cleared considerably back at Charing Cross. He had been strap-hanging-when there were half a dozen empty seats he could have occupied.
It occurred to him, almost as an afterthought, to follow that mysterious menace to its destination. The idea seemed to surprise him with its own lucid logic. He released his strap and lurched out on to the platform. Dain was halfway up the steps, fumbling for his ticket. Tansy shouldered his way through the crowd till he was just behind him.
The morning was fair and fresh after the over

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