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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

vinced herself that the hair on that bull-like neck twitched.
" I beg your pardon, sir ; I didn't quite catch the name," he said respectfully.
" Dain-Valmon Dain. Ask her to come to the phone quickly. Tell her it's most urgent."
" Very good, sir."
Delbury turned, a light of eager triumph in his eyes. He was pressing one of his hands firmly over the transmitter.
" Miss Lyall," he said hurriedly. " Here is the chance of a lifetime. Mr. Valmon Dain is on this phone-asking for you. If you wish to unravel the mystery of who killed your father, if you want to get to the bottom of this dreadful business and bring the villain to book-here is your chance. You'll never get another like it. Answer the phone and allow me to be present while you talk to him. Let me take a note of all you say."
" I am not a police spy," said Mercia, cutting into his instructions angrily. " If you wish to crossexamine Mr. Dain-tell him who you are and do it yourself." Her eyes were blazing, and there was a high colour on her cheeks.
" Nonsense, nonsense i" retorted the detective irritably. " Valmon Dain is the one man on earth who knows exactly what happened in that workshop last night. If he is innocent let him come forward and prove it. If he is guilty, surely you are not going to shield him-the murderer of your own

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