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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

until I've been out to Hendon I'd prefer to hang my opinion up. The whole job is a bit complicated. I'll give you a detailed report as soon as I get back."
The Chief grunted again and nodded.
Delbury hurried out and joined Shaughnessy in the car. They drove swiftly out to Hendon, Delbury checking over his notes to Shaughnessy on the way.
On their arrival at Dain's house they were met in the hall by Harper and Minter, the two men sent on ahead.
Delbury was soon into his stride, taking notes of essential facts with a cold, methodical skill born of years of experience at scores of similar jobs.
He motioned to Harper, the senior of the two plain-clothes men.
" Well, anything doing ?" he asked.
" Not yet, chief. Everything is all ready for you. Not a thing has been touched. Not a servant has left the house. They have all given their oath not to say anything to anybody until you give them permission. "
" Good. How many servants are there?"
" Five. Two men and three women."
" How do they impress you?"
" Very good indeed. Quite the best type.
Reliable as you could want, and as sensible as you would expect in people in Valmon Dain's employ. "

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