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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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Dain spoke in a quiet, conversational tone, as though he were pointing out to 'a more or less disinterested spectator the advantages of a certain plot of ground for building purposes. Apparently he had not been watching Lazard at all, his attention being centred, with just a suspicion of justifiable pride, on the silvery little thing he held in his hand.
But Lazard had been watching him. Slowly and as stealthily as a cat he was drawing in his feet ready for a sudden hurtling spring at Dain's throat.
Dain turned towards the bench and his toe touched something hidden under the oilcloth, something that clicked. And Lazard, just as he drove his toes into the floor suddenly stiffened like a frozen rabbit. Every part of him, every bit of flesh and nerve and sinew turned as rigid as wood. Even the flesh of his face seemed as though it were sculptured in hard wax.
" Perhaps now, if you are wise, you will do as I request?" Dain turned to him unsmiling, and indicated the letter-pad and pen.
Lazard could not speak ; could not even move his jaws. He was in agony-the agony of highvoltage electricity coursing up and down his body,

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