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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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Dain rang off abruptly.
Mercia wheeled round with a sudden cry.
" He has rung off "
Delbury shrugged. " I could hear something of his conversation," he said, with a moody frown. " And I'm blessed if I know what to make of it. How the devil did he know I was here? How the devil did he know I was applying for his warrant ? This case seems to be full up to the eyes with witchcraft, hoodoo, and black magic."
He took the phone from her.
" Hello, exchange!" he barked. "That the Highgate exchange ? Scotland Yard officer speaking here. About that call that just came through on this line-find out where it came from, will you please ? Get the number-and make dead sure. Hurry!"

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