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of it. Dain, even in the midst of tragedy, with the black shadow of the law looming great and omnipotent above him, was still the man of frosty restraint, the man with his thoughts and feelings u.ider icy control. " I rang you up because, for obvious reasons, I cannot talk to you personally," he went on steadily. " Something has happened which, were I to show myself at this juncture, would probably lead me to the gallows. That is a dreadfully serious thing to say, but I tell it to you in all honest sincerity. It is vitally necessary that I remain in seclusion for three months at the very least. As soon as I can legitimately break my silence I will. It will be a strange tale I shall have to tell. But until then, I must ask you to preserve an open mind in your opinions, either of me or of what happened last night."
" But I-I don't know what happened last night," said Mercia faintly.
" Yes, you do, my dear. Delbury has just told you." The voice had now become infinitely tender ; there was a golden thread of solicitous gentleness softening the cold timbre of it. " I have been waiting-waiting here for what seemed hours, till you should have heard the news."
" But, Valmon-Valmon, won't you please tell me what happened ? My heart is almost bursting. Please don't keep yourself behind this dreadful veil of mystery. Surely you can tell me what the truth of it is."

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