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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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They did wait for the Chief. And the upshot of the interview was that Shaughnessy and Delbury split their forces, Delbury continuing his investigations at Highgate, and Shaughnessy opening up inquiries in the new field of operations.
Valmon Dain, in his laboratory at Kingsway, put down his headphones with a sigh of satisfaction. At last he could see daylight ahead. Some of the clouds around him were beginning to lift. If the Yard proved half as cute at getting at the details of _ Lazard's life as they had been at ferreting out Lyall's, the depressing need for secrecy and subterfuge would be removed before many more days were sped. He could see himself walking about a free man again, no longer dodging the minions of the law. He could clear himself and satisfy the authorities as to his innocence. And, what was of far greater importance to him, he would have succeeded in his huge task of wiping out the crime-blot across London.
He looked at his untidy breakfast-table and smiled. The knowledge had been borne upon him during his enforced seclusion in that sky-room that though he was an inhumanly clever inventor, he was a rotten cook.
" Valmon," he said cheerfully to himself, "you

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