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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

open door. "You appear to think I have a confession to make," he said. "And haven't you ?"
" Knowing every circumstance of the matterI don't think I have."
" Not with my own father lying in the mortuary with your bullet in his brain ? Not with every paper in the kingdom full of the horror of it ? Not with a warrant out for your arrest and every police officer in London searching for you?"
" No. Not even for all that."
" Will you answer me a question-truthfully ?"
" Certainly. I am not aware of ever having lied to you, Miss Lyall. Is that last word in any way necessary ?"
Mercia pursed tip her lips and looked him full in the eyes.
" Did you murder my father ?" she asked him. The question was relentless in its bluntness of delivery.
" No. He shot himself."
" A lie ! Dad would never have dreamed of committing suicide!"
Dain sighed helplessly.
" I'm inclined to agree," he said awkwardly. " He killed himself in trying to kill me. It was a trick gun, something I had made for a film company. It fired its bullet backwards. Your father had sworn to kill me ; he came to my house that night with no other intention in his soul. The revolver was lying on my desk. He seized it and

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