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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

earthly whiteness, looked first at each other and then at the detective, with only the look of anguished horror in their eyes to show the full depths of their misery. `
Mrs. Lyall, with her arms outstretched shakily before her, stumbled blindly to a chair and collapsed upon it. In that moment she was tasting the bitterest dregs of the cup of life, suffering all the highest refinements of torture that a cultured nature alone can feel. Ahead of her along life's causeway was nothing but the utter blackness of shame, the killing helplessness of humiliation piled on humiliation. In that awful flash of enlightenment she saw no hope but the relief of death, no sanctuary but the blessed escape of eternal peace. It was a vista that held no spark of hope, nothing but the degradation of it all-and the whispering tongues and the pointing fingers, always those damnable pointing fingers, with the smirk and the sly wink behind them.
Mercia went over to her quietly and took her mother's hands in hers.
Delbury, without another word, turned and walked silently out of the house.
Outside, in the fresh wind and the sunshine, Shaughnessy was just finishing off his notes, after a long cross-examination of the servants. The Irishman, with a single, shrewd glance, saw that his Chief had just got through a very unpleasant ten minutes.

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