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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" But surely there can be no harm in telling us what you believe to be the truth ?"
Delbury turned a worried face to Mrs. Lyall.
" Madam, there will be an inquest," he said. " I think you had better leave all further inquiries till then. You may be required to give evidence."
" Then I shall utterly refuse to say a single word until I am made thoroughly conversant with the happenings-and the motives-of last night. I quite agree with my daughter's views. If we may not be told, then I don't know who in the world has any right to know-the coroner or anybody else. I shall flatly decline to give evidence."
The detective fingered his chin helplessly. He was torn between two minds. Undoubtedly these two women had a perfect right to know the truthequally undoubtedly he hadn't the faintest idea whether it was the truth or not.
Mercia turned the scale in their own favour by substantiating her mother's declaration.
" Surely you have told us horrors enough to know that we shouldn't be squeamish about hearing the rest ?" she said bravely. " That a mystery exists-and a very sinister one-is obvious to even the meanest intelligence. If you won't tell us, Mr. Delbury, you leave us no other alternative than to make personal application to Scotland Yard itself, a recourse which would be extremely unpleasant for me to take, but one which I should not have the slightest hesitation in doing."

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