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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" You know as much as anyone will know until I am free to talk and prove my innocence, my dear. You know that your father died last night in my house. You know that I am suspected of having murdered him. That, of course, is untrue, absurd. I ask you to believe that. Your father came to my house last night with the deliberate intention of murdering me ! He was warned that he was going to his own death. He "
" But why, why, why? Oh, for Heaven's sake, Valmon, tell me why. Why on earth should daddy want to murder you-you of all friends ?"
" I cannot tell you why, my dear. For one thing, Delbury is there, listening to every word I say-oh, never mind how I know : I do know, and that is all that matters-and for another thing the shock of it would be almost as dreadful for you to bear as the news of his death. Let Delbury tell you that. It's his case, and therefore his job. I have no wish to relieve him of his dirty work. You might tell him that I have no rancour against him ; I think he has done his best with a very difficult case. He has done a very delicate business with the utmost discretion. But apart from that, he is on the wrong track in suspecting me, the wrong track entirely. Mr. Lyall died by his own hand. More than that, I am not at liberty to say. Delbury has just told you that he intends issuing a warrant for my arrest. I cannot stop him doing that, of course. But I tell him through you that it will be

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