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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

in his life as he reached out for his headphones.
There was not the faintest doubt about the identity of that wheezy guttural voice. It was Tansy's. And he was talking half-earnestly, half-awedly, to another voice, a voice which was remarkable for its cold, inscrutable imperturbability.
Dain glanced up at his dials to see into whose house the connection was made. He gasped with unbelief, and then came the realisation that he knew that quiet voice, that voice with its timbre of utter aloofness from emotion or excitement. It had a personality of its own. It seemed to give out the impression that nothing could shake its serene imperturbability. If all London collapsed in the night, if the stars burst or the heavens fell, that voice would be heard discussing the matter with the cold detachment of an historian, divorced by countless eras of time from the subject under his notice.
He had heard it before. He had even made personal contact with it in connection with the foreign rights of one of his greatest inventions.
It was the voice of the Count Lazard, the most sought after representative of all the Continental Chancellories. He was a leader of fashion, the close friend of Cabinet Ministers, a figure of grace and importance at every function big enough to be worth his while to attend. Hostesses in the highest flights of the social world communicated with him before fixing definite dates for their receptions.

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