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fired at me point blank-after I had warned him that he would surely bring about his own death if he pulled the trigger. But he was mad : he refused to believe me ; he thought I was bluffing. He fired. And the bullet smashed his own brain."
" You-you brute!"
" Was it my duty then to present him with a real gun and let him kill me?"
" Why did he want to kill you? The mere idea is ludicrous 1 "
" He knew that I was aware of the true nature of his profession. Detective Delbury can probably convince you that your father really was a highly skilled criminal. I shall not try to myself. In your present state of mind I don't think anyone could convince you of anything. I regret it ; but can't help it. Tragedy does not alter facts. Facts remain when all else is shattered. And the facts of this case are so definitely established that it has led to the death of your father."
" Were you going to give him away to the police ?"
" The police were already acquainted with the details of your father's life. They were waiting for him. He only escaped that time because "
" Well? Because what?"
" Because I warned him. I sent him a private warning. I assure you the facts are precisely as I state them, Miss Lyall. That was the morning he fainted, if you remember."
But Mercia was unconvinced, inexorable.

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