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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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" Yes. Come round and see me immediately. Take a taxi," said Lyall. " I'll wait for you."
Tansy, for the first time in his life, found himself riding in a taxi. Also for the first time in his life he found himself ringing the door-bell at Greydene.
Willard himself answered the door and showed him to his study.
" Well ?" he said, when he had closed the door.
" Guv'nor, I've got a line on that devil who's been makin' all the trouble for us," he blurted. " I know him-know his name-and-and where he lives. "
" Oh yes ?" Lyall was almost unperturbed. "Tell me about it," he said.
Tansy poured out his story, dwelling largely on his amazement and the undoubted discretion with which he had handled an unprecedented situation.
" There he was, as large as life, writing it all down in a diary," he concluded. " Exactly the same handwritin' as was on your card. "
" And you say his name was Dent?" asked Lyall.
" Yes, guv'nor. Got an office in Kingsway."
" But-but what is he like ?"
" Ah-there you've got me," admitted Tansy. "I've seen him before, but where Gawd only knows. Got black hair he has, and funny eyes.

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