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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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Lyall snarled at him. " Is there anything you don't know about my private life ?" he growled.
" Very little," replied Dain bluntly. " The whole of that conversation of yours with Tansy is known to me. The other morning you received a telegram-a telegram which congratulated you on making a certain decision. That decision was only made an hour previously. The shock of it was so great that-probably for the first time in your life you fainted. Is that true? Do you still think I'm lying-or bluffing? For I assure you I am doing neither. And in the same breath I assure you that I think you are perfectly right in going forward with what you propose doing."
" What do you mean?" The question clicked out from between Lyall's teeth.
" I mean that I sincerely hope you will carry on with your effort to kill me. The mere act will entail your own end. That's all. Shoot, you fool, and be damned to you."
" Amazingly Amazingly brave, aren't you?"
" It's not for me to be brave. That's for you. I've told you a dozen times. You never spoke a truer word in your life than when you said it was going to be a case of suicide."
" Bah ! You can't get my nerves on the jump. I've been in the game too long. Do you think

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