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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

information as he asked. It was on Lazard's advice that Tansy went into hiding. At a later date I hope to be able to give you Tansy's address. At present I consider it inadvisable, as the primary consideration is the arrest of Count Lazard.
" ` Lazard is the hitherto anonymous criminal known to the remainder of his profession as the Guv'nor. I have reason to believe that his apprehension has been urgently desired by the authorities for several years past, but that his identity was unknown.
" `A complete dossier of his exploits is being prepared, and will be sent to you. There is not the least doubt about this person. He is a criminal of the worst type. The lower ranks of those who serve him regard him as the Crime Master. He is. He is the ruling brain behind go per cent. of the crime in London. I am in possession of his signed confession. This also will be handed to you immediately on receipt of the information that he has been arrested.
" ` Acknowledge this through the usual channels.
" ` P. S.-Valmon Dain did not murder Willard Lyall.' "
Shaughnessy looked at Delbury hard. " I think I'll go and compare the thumb-prints," he said.
In five minutes he was back again with the lettercard in his hand and a thumb-print folio under his arm..

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