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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Valentine !" snorted Delbury. " Take a look at it ! It's a spoof ! Either the Ghost has gone mad or I have. And I'm sane. Good Lord, Mick I Look at it, and then tell me !"
Shaughnessy picked the missive up.
If it was a spoof, then it was the most remarkable forgery he had ever seen. The thing was an exact replica of every other intimation that had found its way into that room from time to time.
He read it :
TO THE CHIEF COMMISSIONER,
" ' C.LD., NEW SCOTLAND YARD.
" ' Intimation No. 36,
" ' Ref: The Crime Master.
" 'By post.
" 'You are requested to investigate the life and private activities of the Count Lazard. His address is St. James's Square. For ten years he has represented his Government as Ambassador in London. Corroborative details of his various criminal campaigns are at present lacking, but they will be forwarded to you as they materialise. He is aware of the fact that he is under my suspicion. An hour ago he gained entrance to my quarters and attempted, with no success, to murder me. The experiment is to be repeated to-morrow.
CC ' He is in close touch with Tansy, the jeweller. Tansy called at his house in St. James's two hours after he rang through to Greydene. Miss Mercia Lyall acted quite innocently in giving him such

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