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knowledge that your servants have not been warned. And all that talk about me not being able to get out of the house alive leaves me chilly. If I can't get out-no one can get in! That's pretty blunt and plain, isn't it ? You just listen here, Mr. Valmon Dain. I'm not going to murder you. You're going to commit suicide. As neat and obvious a little job as ever you saw in your life."
Dain sighed. Lyall's pig-headedness was marching him along headlong to his own doom. If Lyall fired that gun there was no power on earth could save him. Only Valmon Dain himself knew the oddity that was cast in the making of that revolver.
" Lyall, " he said, "I've given you your last chance to see reason. I've done my best to show you how utterly hopeless your position is.
" I've got the gun !" snapped Lyall shortly.
" That only makes your position the more hopeless. Man ! can't you see ? I cannot tell you more than I have without throwing away my own life. And whatever else I am, I am not quite madman enough to do that-not for such a loathsome brute as you, anyhow. There's blood on your hands, Willard Lyall, the blood of at least two other human beings, and that by your own confession.
" My confession ?" rasped Lyall, with amazement.
" Yes, yours. This morning, when you were talking to Tansy, the jeweller. Don't you re

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