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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

"Tough time, Chief ?" he asked, closing his notebook.
" Hellish!" said Delbury gruffly. "Mick, if ever you want to see the pitiful spectacle of two good, decent women flung down to the very lowest depths hell has to offer, just go in and peep at those two in that study. Sights like that are enough to make a man take to the land. "
He led the way down to the car.
" Where to, sir ?" asked the chauffeur.
" Headquarters," snapped Delbury. " And drive like old Harry. I want to get out after Valmon Dain. I'll have a net out for him across London before nightfall that a fly couldn't crawl through. "

CHAPTER X

VALMON DAIN waited until the sound of Delbury's voice ceased in the study. All that came to him after that was the sound of quiet weeping, heartbroken sobs that came gently over the whispering wires. And he knew that Delbury had gone.
He glanced at his watch.
" Time for a morsel of lunch," he muttered. " Delbury will be twenty minutes at the very least before he gets back to the Yard-probably half an hour before he's through to the Chief."

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