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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

He opened a glass of tongue and ate with his headphones still on. He had fixed up a little electric-cooker in a corner above one of the purring dynamos, not a very elaborate contraption, but quite sufficient for the simple needs of a man who was condemning himself to solitary companionship for the next few weeks.
He made a mental note to take out a suitcase with him and lay in a safe supply of provisions. The ante-room outside he was already rearranging as a quick-change bedroom. A convertible beddivan with the necessary bedclothes was already on the way to him. He could boil his kettle over a little electric radiator, and everything, so far as his commissariat was concerned, was all plain sailing.
The single weakness in his chain of arrangements was one which he could neither strengthen nor eliminate.
Dain was frankly worried about that weakness. Ever since he had first embarked upon his selfimposed task he had come into close contact with the criminal mind, both leader and follower.
He had lived with them invisibly, had overheard them in their closest councils, and among the definite conclusions he had come to, the most searching and intriguing of them all was that they always planned out the way of escape before even consolidating their plans of approach. Always they played for safety. And the lower down the scale of intelligence they were the more avid were their

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