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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

and drop your gun, or I'll burn even memory from your brain ! "
Lazard stood rooted immovable, with every nerve and muscle in him as taut and rigid as stone. And all the while the cold circle of metal pressed colder against the nape of his neck.
And then there was a faint click-so soft on the silence that it was scarcely audible at all. It was followed swiftly by the muffled thuds of steel bolts shooting home. Lazard's head twitched ever so slightly with every one of them. It was as though he was counting them, ticking them off mechanically in his head, like so many strokes of doom. Ten there were, and when the last one had thudded into its socket the door stood impregnable as a fortress, an impassable barrier between the two men and the cool of the night outside.
Dain's voice crept into his ear, a chilly, precise monotone just behind him.
" Are you satisfied now? Do you still wish to play with fire ? I warn you that the next illustration will hurt ! I give you one minute to make your mind up. So far as escape is _ concerned, you are walled in here. Nobody even knows you are heremove your hand another inch, Lazard, and I'll melt the very brain under your skull! Quietly, now ; open your hand and drop your gun."
Count Lazard relaxed with a little shiver. He seemed to regain full consciousness from the numbing effects of a semi-trance. The ominous closing

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