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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

CHAPTER XI

THE Count Lazard had read the papers, edition by edition, as they appeared on the street. He had read every line with exacting care, and by the time he called for his hat and coat after dinner he had got a complete grip of every aspect of the case.
He had dined well and wined well, without the slightest trernor or apprehension. His long white fingers, immaculately manicured, had searched over the wine list without even the hint of a twitch.
He had finished his cigar, too, with delectable enjoyment, and then, quite as a sudden notion, had informed the butler that he would go out for a little while.
He strolled out into St. James's Square and lit a cigarette.
" The car, sir ?" asked his butler.
" No-a taxi," murmured Lazard.
The butler beckoned to the rank, and a taxi drove up"
Denbigh House, Kingsway," said Lazard, as he climbed in.
As the car slid across Trafalgar Square he glanced at a street clock. The hands were just drawing up from the half-hour towards ten o'clock; the night was bright and starlit, with a fresh wind blowing up from the river.

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