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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

knew a great deal more about her father than was natural.
" But-but Mr. Lyall retired at ten o'clock last night," she said, trying to reassure herself. " I saw him go to his room, saw him myself. The house was locked up for the night less than half an hour afterwards. And Mr. Lyall would never dream of going out after the household had retired. You are quite wrong."
" But I'm not, miss. I'm right. And I'm only askin' you for his own good."
" What business is it of yours, anyhow?"
" That's a thing I can't tell you. But Mr. Lyall knows me all right. And I've been worried out of my life about him ever since midnight. Couldn't get a wink o' sleep all night. I've been ringing him since five o'clock this morning. Lady, will you please go up and see if he got home all right ?'-'
" Certainly not," said Mercia firmly. " You're mad."
She was about to hang up the receiver with a snap when the voice cut in desperately Then will you take him up a message for me ?"
" I've already told you I will. What is it ?"
" You just say this, lady: ` The gent from Notting Hill gives you his kindest respects and hopes you will ring him up, urgent.' "
" Very well, I will tell him that. Will you hold the line ?"
" No, lady, I won't. I'll ring up again myself

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