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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

waiting for the white light to flash out, telling him that Willard Lyall was at the laboratory door.
A face peered in at the window, a face that slid cautiously, inch by inch, into full view behind the glass. It was Lyall. There was a frown of disappointment on his forehead ; he had not expected to find Dain still up.
But the frown gave way to a slow smile of satisfaction when he saw all that was in that room. Fate seemed to have played Dain right into his hands.
With a quick all-embracing look he inspected the interior of the workshop.
The face moved from the window, and for a tense, long-drawn-out minute there was silence in the great laboratory, a silence that seemed to hang in the air like something tangible. It was electric-as nervepricking as the interval between the flash and the crash in a thunderstorm.
Dain sprawled on his desk as motionless as a statue, his head in his arms, one eye fixed without a flick on the white disc in the tiny box.
There was no direct entrance from the garden into the workshop. The only door in the whole room was the one that communicated with the house, the one in the left-hand wall, away from the desk. Anybody coming into that room would have to come in either through that door or through the window, which, in any case, was set a little too high to present an easy means of access.
Dain was relying on an entry through the door.

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