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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" But you couldn't get out of this house alive !" returned Dain, patiently remonstrative. " Surely you're not such a lunatic as to put your own head into a noose. It passes my comprehension that a man such as you, cultured, intellectual, with an undoubted taste for the finer things of life, should stoop to such depths of infamy as you have done. Quite apart from murderous intentions towards me, I "
Lyall cut in with a rasp of anger. " Cut that out ! I've not come here to listen to damnfool sermons from such a model of saintly rectitude as you. I get my living in the way that best suits me ! You're fighting for time, you hound i that's all you're doing. You've got a warning through with one of your confounded inventions. You "
Dain held up his hand in gentle deprecation.
" I assure you there is not another soul in this house except ourselves who is aware of your presence here," he said. " I think I am intelligent enough to be able to look after myself. I have no need of outside protection. My knowledge of your movements is such that, had I wished, I could have had the house surrounded by special police from the Yard-hours before you were due to arrive. At least, you will admit that."
" I'm admitting all that !" snarled Lyall savagely. " And I want to know how it's done ! That's what I'm here for, talking to you instead of putting a bullet through you. That's why I didn't shoot you

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