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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Landring Dent, if you don't mind," said Dain, without moving. " You see, I'm doing my best to forget Mr. Valmon Dain for the next month or two -and each time I hear it it rather confuses me."
Lazard came carefully into the room, the glittering barrel of the needle gun pointing in an unwavering line at Dain's face. Dain glanced at the wickedlooking thing and smiled.
" My dear Count l" he said, in gentle remonstrance. "Surely there is no need for such manifestations as that? I had always thought you rather courageous, too."
Lazard took the insult without the flicker of an eyelid. His hand never moved from the poise that kept the gun-muzzle on the dead line between the eyes of the man in the chair.
" There are many more courageous than I-in the grave-yard," he said grimly. " Don't move ! I assure you this weapon is quite deadly. And the trigger is a hair-spring release. The merest touch of a forefinger-"
All this time Lazard was sizing his man up, taking stock of him at lightning speed. Now, having seen him and heard him, he wasn't at all sure that he had done the right thing in going there unaccompanied. Lazard, without definitely realising it, was beginning to get a little nervy. There was something sinister, something malignantly mysterious behind Dain's icy calmness.
" Poison darts ?" asked Dain evenly.

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