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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

"Well ?" asked Delbury sharply.
" It's the Ghost all right," declared Shaughnessy, and tossed the card back to Delbury. " The thumb-prints are identical."
Delbury sat back and ran his fingers through his hair.
" Then he's mad !" he said helplessly. " Stark, staring mad ! Count Lazard the boss gangster of London ? He's off his perishing rocker. Why, the Count is one of the most public figures in London. He couldn't be a high-line criminal if he wanted to. Too many people know him. His whole life is public property from the time he gets up in the morning till he goes to bed at night."
" After which," said the Irishman tersely, " there's what you might call a hiatus. It's what he does while the rest of London sleeps that matters."
Delbury stared at his subordinate.
" Do you mean to say you believe this daft document ?" he snapped.
" Judgin' purely on past experience," said Shaughnessy, " I'd sooner believe the Ghost than Lazard. This card is no bigger surprise than was the one that blew the gaff on Lyall. And the Ghost was right enough about himl What's against me testing the Ghost's information ? The answer is
'Nothing.' Only that you're a bit scared of it, that's all. The Count, with a big Government behind him, puts the wind up you."
" I'll wait and see what the Chief says about it,"

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