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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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He tapped the window, and the cab pulled in to the kerb.
" I don't exactly know where Denbigh House is, sir," said the driver apologetically.
" All right ; you've passed it. I'll walk back," said the Count, and paid him off.
He bought another paper and glanced at the "Stop Press." The sole item in it-even New York cotton prices had had to give way to the Hendon murder mystery-was set out in thick type, and stated that one of Dain's motor-cars had been found derelict and untended outside the doors of one of the great London stores, where it had apparently been left all day.
He walked leisurely up the wide pavement, got to the top, and began walking down on the other side. He himself had no more idea of the exact location of Denbigh House than had the taxi-driver. But he soon found it, a giant building in the modern style, housing a whole army of business offices beneath its capacious roof.
Lazard paused before he reached the door and looked up at the vast frontage. A few lighted windows showed, three on the second floor and two on the third. But there was not a spark of light to break the aloom high up there on the top floor

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