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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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Odd scraps of surmise and speculation drifted over, but there was nothing tangible in anything that concerned Tansy. One voice-Dain recognised it as one he had heard talking in the jeweller's workshop-declared that he knew for a certainty that Tansy had a funk-hole already prepared in the maze of tiny criss-crossing streets of the East End ghetto. Another one butted in with the belief that Tansy would take a flying jump right out of London while the coast was still open.
So it went on-talk, surmise, speculation, and theory ; and then Dain got a clue. He glanced up at his dials and found that he was plugged in on a Gerrard combination. A voice had just mentioned that Tansy's first line of flight would take him to the Guv'nor's house.
The mere mention of the word seemed to electrify Valmon Dain. He listened with every atom of intensity that was in him screwed up and concentrated on that thin spidery voice. And, sure enough, when the voice fluttered along again he got the clue he wanted.
" Don't you make no error," said the voice sagely. " Tansy knows how to play a nap-hand all right. And I'd like to bet you a thousand pounds that ole Tansy is having a yarn with the

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