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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

"Steady, lady. Not so fast. This here business hasn't got nothing to do with me. I ain't got nothing to do with it-and don't you start getting notions like that into your head. You play straight with me and I'll play straight with you. If you take my tip you'll keep your mouth shut about me ringing up, and keep it shut tightest when the police come round. You "
" The the police ?" gasped Mercia, ramming the receiver desperately against her ear, for her informant's voice was dangerously faint. It was almost as though, in fear of being overheard by listening ears at the exchange, he were talking with his face averted from the mouthpiece.
" Yes, lady, the police. They will be along at Greydene before you've finished breakfast-you mark my words. And when they start makin' their back-alley inquiries you just forget that any such person as me ever rang you up. I ain't nothing to do with this job, see ? I'm out of it ; well out of it. I washed my hands of it before it started. I knew Mr. Lyall had bitten off more than he could chew when he started monkeying about with that man. And I told him so. See ? Don't forget that, lady, when the police begin askin' you questions: You just forget me ; you get the idea into your head that the Notting Hill gent never existed, and that he had no connection with this business-none at all. "
" -But that is not true !" cried Mercia. " You

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