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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

stooped to tie up a shoe-lace that had not come un, done.
Outside he breathed more freely. People inside that block knew him. By an unlucky mischance they might identify him with the picture of the much-wanted man if they happened upon him suddenly. If they didn't see him the chances were that they would never remember him-familiar objects are never noticed.
He walked down towards the Strand. The morning was very young. London's traffic does not really wake up till nine. A few motor-buses and a few taxis were slipping up and down the wide thoroughfare, but, with the exception of a couple of market drays coming home from Covent Garden,Kingsway was almost empty.
Then sliding quietly up from the Aldwych came a private van. Quite an ordinary-looking thing, a Crossley chassis, with a chocolate tarpaulin over the back and a brightly burnished number-plate on the bonnet. It was just such a van as might be seen in scores in the main traffic streams during the rush hours. Except that yesterday it had a black tarpaulin and a different number-plate. . . . Also, it had a false roof. There were two tarpaulins. And between the inner and outer skin was a perfectly fitted frame aerial. There were six men in the van. One was talking into a queer-looking instrument that looked like half a bridge turned upside down.
" K. Van speaking-hello-K. Van speaking,"

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