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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" That's Thomason-what on earth is he doing here ?" muttered Delbury.
He jumped out of the car and hurried after him.
Thomason heard the approaching footsteps and turned. Seeing Delbury he halted and touched his cap.
" Glad to see you again, sir, " he said, with some little trace of relief in his voice.
" What is your business out here ?" asked Delbury.
" My usual luck on a good case. There must be something sympathetic about my appearance, I think. I'm the unlucky brute told off to acquaint the relatives of the tragedy over at Hendon. You're in charge of investigations, aren't you, sir ?"
" Yes-and I'll take charge of this little bit of it, too, if it will relieve you in any way. Who sent you ?"
" Headquarters."
" Have the people in the house been told anything at all yet?"
" No, sir ; not to my knowledge."
" They are in complete ignorance ? They haven't been telephoned or warned to expect bad news ?"
" Not so far as I know."
" Good. Thomason, you can turn right round and go back home. I'll break all the bad news that has to be broken in that house. There's a young lady in there who knows a great deal about this business. She may not be inclined to talk-but she

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