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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

you're going to get away with it by ranting a sermon at me or trying to pump me up with fear ? Not on your life, Valmon Dain."
" What do you want? Mercy? It would be useless to you."
Lyall stood back, breathing heavily.
" Mercy ?" he stormed. " I don't want mercy. It isn't yours to give. Mercy is mine, I "
" Mercy is neither yours nor mine, Mr. Lyall. The police are already informed."
" The police-what ?" he gasped.
" Are already informed. At least, they will be by the time the morning dawns. The Yard was communicated with by the last post to-night. A simple letter-card, undated, unsigned. Just such a card as I have despatched to them on thirty-four previous occasions. A warrant would be out for your arrest within ten minutes of the discovery of my corpse. I repeat-you are in an absolute culde-sac."
" You lie ! You're trying to twist off the issue again. I want the true explanation of this foul mystery that has been hanging over our heads ever since Marty and his gang went to the moors. Eh ? What is the explanation ? Answer me ! How do you do it?"
" I have nothing to say to you." Dain's voice might have wafted off an iceberg. With his hands pressed out flat on the top of his desk, he sat back and regarded the impassioned face of the murderer

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