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lying on the bench, where he had tossed them after trying the door. He tiptoed across to them and put them on. Rubber gloves eliminate finger-marks, and Lyall preened himself on a stroke of luck.
jHe went over to the window and scrutinised it closely. Nothing very difficult there-just the ordinary catch screwed into the woodwork. He pulled the catch back and raised the window a couple of inches, all ready to slip it up quickly and ump out.
Outside a church clock struck midnight, twelve ponderously brassy strokes that clanged sonorously through the darkness, and the thought sped through Lyall's brain : " Five minutes after midnight Valmon Dain will be a dead man."
He walked back to the desk, unmindful of any sound he might have made. There was no need now for silence. His gun was pointinza dead at Dain's heart.
" Valmon Dain," he said grimly, ' wake up."

CHAPTER VI

His deep-voiced command rumbled through the silent room, but Dain did not move. To the casual eye he was far away in the dream realms of
exhausted sleep.

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