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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

be making a sudden readjustment of all your ideasodd or otherwise." He indicated the gun with a significant glance of the eyes.
Dain looked at it, hard. He appeared to have only just noticed its presence in Lyall's unwavering hand. It was pointing, on a perfect slant, dead with the four-inch square that covered his heart.
" What-what on earth is the matter ?" The words left Dain's lips with a queer little husky tremour. " Not-not taken leave of your senses, have you?"
Lyall clicked his tongue.
" Better cut all that kind of stuff right out, Dain," he growled. "Your little game is up. The bigger fool me for not having seen through it before. I'm here to shoot you. I'm going to kill you before I leave this house. One of us goes out of this room feet first-and that one will be you. That, Mr. Dain, is a blunt statement of fact. On that reckoning, I don't think there is any room for bluff, do you?"
Dain sat back stiffly.
" No, I don't," he said. They looked into each other's eyes for a nerve-prickling moment or two.
" Except this," added Dain, as a sort of precautionary warning. " You will need to study your every action in this room with the greatest care. It has been a lifelong habit of mine never to trade on bluff. "
" Oh yes ? You're very frank about yourself."

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