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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

you have nothing to fear. Don't get nervous, or give way to sudden panic-there is not the slightest need for you to try to square your conscience with the authorities. This menace that hangs over, your head will be removed before to-night has sped. I myself will pay a visit to Denbigh House to-night. Console yourself with the thought that Valmon Dain will be dead before dawn."
Valmon Dain pulled off his headphones to ease the strain on his ears. He smiled, but it was not a happy smile. The feared blow had fallen. The portents boded ill for him if Lazard took up the offensive. The Count was an aristocrat of cunning as well as holding unchallenged sovereignty over the underworld. He would probably come to Kingsway surrounded with safeguards ; and the type that bore allegiance to him were of that mental calibre which regards the snuffing out of a life as something less than treading on a smouldering cigarette end.
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Dain rested for a few minutes from the pressing grip of his headphones, and then plugged in on a combination he knew by heart. He had got the pitch of his instrument so perfectly attuned to that

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