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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

"You will also give me the present address of Tansy, the jeweller," said Dain blandly.
" Why will I?"
" Because you are bringing off that big French Syndicate coup in a couple of days' time, and if you don't get out of this office in time to stop it, your name is inevitably bound to come out in connection with it."
Lazard glared at him murderously.
" Oh-and so you know about that, too, do you ?"
`` Quite. I know that it is up in the air, and likely to materialise at any moment. What I didn't know was that our charming Ambassador, the Count Lazard, was the hidden power behind it. But what I do know is that things are so far advanced now that they would automatically move into operation to-morrow night. And if you are not there to play your part, there will be a most ghastly fiasco. I know that your only chance of salvation is to get out and call the whole thing off-or defy me, and go through with it. And I solemnly assure you of this-that your only hope of getting out of here alive is to write and sign a full admission of all your crimes and to give me Tansy's address."
" And supposing I choose not to ?"
" I shan't hesitate, my dear Count."
" Another pleasant little murder, eh ?"
" Rather a vulgar distortion of the actual facts, but still, quite near enough for a diplomat. No, I

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