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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

night rain. Dain glanced up at the blue sky with the white, woolly clouds sailing across it, breathed the invigorating air deep into his lungs, and decided that a quick walk to Kingsway would do him more good than taking a bus or a taxi.
He made his way through the side streets, stepping out briskly, and humming a little tune to himself as he went along. And just behind him, on the opposite side of the road, always a few yards in the rear, but never out of touch, walked the stalking shadow of Tansy.
The chase ended when they got to Kingsway. Dain entered the block of offices without even as much as a glance to right or left. He went up in the lift, and when Tansy, hurrying up behind him, arrived in the entrance, it was to find his quarry out of sight.
The jeweller, quite unperturbed, waited till the lift came down, and then, putting on a friendly grin. approached the liftman :
" Who was the bloke you just took up?" he asked.
" Tenant here. Why?"
" Oh, nothing-only he asked me to call tomorrow. Got a bit of work for me perhaps. And I could do with it, Gawd knows. And I don't know his name."
" Dent. Top floor," said the liftman laconically.
Tansy nodded and went out. He rang Willard Lyall up from a public box and asked if he

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