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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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" But you have already declared your intention of issuing a warrant for his arrest. He knows nothing about that. You are asking me to trap him i You're-you're beastly ! If he were an outsider-or-or someone who didn't matter to me any more than-than someone I've never met-it would be different, it wouldn't matter. But you can't expect me to play Judas over the telephone to Valmon Dain-and you eavesdropping on both of us ! I can't ! I can't !"
" Madam, if my father had been murdered, I don't think I should worry about the ethics of conduct in throwing light on the manner of his death," said Delbury grimly.
" Give me that telephone," said Mercia quietly.
" You're going to play the game straight-by me?" asked Delbury, with a searching look into her eyes.
" I am going to play straight-by my father," replied Mercia, in a voice so faint that the detective barely heard it.
He surrendered the telephone in silence.
" Is that you, Mr. Dain ? Mercia speaking. You wanted to speak to me," she said, striving to master the quiver in her voice.
" Yes, this is Dain here." The voice at the other end was unemotional, almost coldly precise. Mercia felt an inward shudder at the cold austerity

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