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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

He's going to run his little game as long as it pleases him at Kingsway. He's Mr. Landring Dent from now on. He won't be known by anybody there as anything else but Landring Dentprobably had an office there for years. He's as safe as a row of houses."
" Quite. That is obvious. And now might I ask why you should come to me in this matter?" Lazard was blandness itself ; his voice seemed to purr at the jeweller.
" Well, Guv'nor, I heard this morning that you was the first of the whole crowd to suspect what was happening. You knew there was something very mysterious going on behind the scenes, but you didn't know who it was. Well, I've told you."
" I thank you for your information," said Lazard coldly. " I did not credit you with such subtlety of thought. Now you had better go. Any further knowledge I require on this matter I will get myself. How long can you remain in hiding?"
" About a year, Guv'nor. I got away with enough to last me."
" Very well. Get clear while you can. Don't come out of your retreat until I send for you. If I do, come quickly. Kingsway, you said ?"
" Yes, sir-Denbigh House."
" Thank you. Don't communicate with any of your friends about this visit here. So far as you are concerned you have never seen me in your life. But for your own peace of mind I will tell you that

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