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versation. I refer to the audience you granted to one Tansy, of Notting Hill. I have been looking for you for a long time, Count. You hid your identity in masterly fashion. But I was bound to get you in the end. You can't hide yourself for ever from my whispering wires. They are as sure as death."
One would never have dreamed from the quiet, almost nonchalant, conversational tone of the voices that a livid ferocity was leaping about in every syllable, that a life-and-death matter was being fought out between them there in that room.
" Wireless?" asked the Count, gently knocking the ash off his cigarette. And Dain chuckled.
" Good Lord, no," he said. " Wireless ! Why, there's over twenty miles of wire linked up in that series alone." He moved his hand to indicate the series referred to, but Lazard, with a whiplash movement of his arm, advised a rigid immobility of his limbs. "Might I ask why you came here?" Dain inquired, shrugging. " You can't do me any harm. You surely know that. I know that you assured Tansy that I should be dead before dawn breaks to-morrow, but even you know how perfectly ludicrous that statement was."
" Is that so?" retorted Lazard, with a snap in his voice. " Lyall didn't notice any particular squeamishness on your part when it came to murder ! "
" Ah, but Lyall came to murder me, even as you

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