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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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Manders came in, worried and a little nervous.
" Your name's Manders, isn't it ? You're personal valet to Mr. Valmon Dain ?" Delbury was off and away the moment the man put his foot inside the door.
" Yes, sir. I've been with him for five years." Delbury pointed to the inanimate figure by the desk.
" Ever seen this man before?" he asked.
" No, sir. But there's a photograph of him in Mr. Dain's library. It's side by side with Miss Mercia Lyall's. In spite of the wound in his face I recognised him almost as soon as I entered the room. "
" What time was that ?"
" About half-past seven, or maybe a few minutes later. "
" You saw Mr. Dain last night before you locked up ?„
" Yes, sir. He gave orders that he was not to be disturbed."
" Any special reason for that?"
" He was going to work all night. He often does. And if he does he always gives that same order. He is not at home to anvbody. Even the

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