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soul in the hall. The servants were all busy in the other parts of the house. He gently closed the door again and resumed his seat.
" Because to-night at midnight Valmon Dain will be a dead man," he said grimly. He said it in a voice that was husky with effort, yet vibrant with convincing purpose. He said it, also, in blissful ignorance of the listening ear at the whispering wires in the laboratory above Kingsway, the listening ear which noted every word and listened for more.
Valmon Dain did not move a muscle as that grim threat came whispering into his phones. He just pulled a pad over to his elbow and jotted down all that was being said in the study at Greydene.
He knew that Lyall was not putting up a bluff. There was sincerity, menace in every word he spoke. Lyall, despite his aristocratic presence and perfect manner, was a man who harboured the heart of a thug, the cold, brutal soul of a Paris Apache.
Dain muttered to himself quietly :" At midnight, eh, Mr. Lyall ? Well, you'll have to step like a cat on hot bricks if you come to my house. "
Tansy's voice came over the wires again in a hoarse croak :
" D'yer mean that, guv'nor ?"
" I do." Lyall's reply was quietly final. "At midnight I shall break into his house. Five minutes after I have gained entry Valmon Dain will be a

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