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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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The Count looked at Valmon Dain with just the merest hint of fear in his eyes. The cold precision of Dain's voice, no less than the relentless perfection of his arrangements, had given him his first faint whisperings of doubt. This man, this Valmon Dain, of the powerful features and the mysterious eyes, was a little more powerful than he had believed. His intellect was higher up the scale than he had imagined.
Lazard waved his gun. " I still have this," he said grimly. "And for as long as I have you dancing on the end of it, the last word is mine."
Dain smiled. Or rather it seemed that he did, though Lazard was ready to swear that not a muscle of his face moved. But it was as though some whimsical fancy had just flitted through his brain.
" Oh yes, the gun," he said musingly. " I had forgotten that for the moment. Yes, you certainly have that. But it isn't of much use to you really,

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