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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Who found the body ?"
" Frederick G. Manders, the valet. He was Mr. Dain's special body servant, a sort of cross between a private secretary and personal butler."
" He's available, I suppose ?"
" Oh yes."
" I'll see him first. Have him waiting outside when I call for him. But first I want to go through and see the actual room where the alleged shooting took place. That will be the workshop, I believewhere the body was found ?"
" Yes. Through this way. That's the room down there at the end of the passage-you can see the door. Funny about that door, too. It's steel outside. Plates of thin steel inlaid over the wood, and painted. I wouldn't have noticed it only my ring knocked against it while I was opening it. A bit queer, isn't it ?"
Delbury grunted. "Some soundproof idea of his, is it?" he asked.
" Can't be. I've tried it with Minter from both sides. It doesn't stop a sound from coming out and it doesn't prevent a sound from going in. There's a lot of rummy things in that workshopsomething uncanny about it. Come along down and have a look."
Harper went down the passage with Delbury and Shaughnessy at his heels.
The junior man pushed the door open. Delbury ignored the mystery door and went straight in to

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