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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

The greatest and most unshakable proof of his innocence of the murder of Willard Lyall lay in that big steel box. But Dain knew only too well the fallibilities of untended machinery. Any one of a hundred things might have gone wrong with it while Lyall was in that workshop ; the whole delicate inner workings of it might have broken down even before Lyall crept in through the door. And Dain was a man who preferred to have two strings to his bow-in everything except one.
For the rest of the night he drove about the main traffic roads leading into and out of London. It was safer than going to an hotel-even one where he was well known as Mr. Landring Dent, of Kingsway. Nobody notices a car slipping silently through the night, but a man knocking up an hotel-porter at half-past one in the morning is liable to be remembered at awkward moments.
By the time he got back into town again it was broad daylight. He breakfasted at an all-night restaurant, and then made his way to his laboratory in Kingsway.
The liftman assisted him with his steel box and took him up in the lift. Three minutes after getting into the big room again he had got his dynamos going. In four minutes the needles were ticking up on the high-pressure marks, and Dain, with his headphones on, was passing quietly up and down the rows of polished dials plugging in his contact keys, striving to pick up certain whispering voices that meant almost life and death to him.

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