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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" You say you are entirely innocent ?" she fired at him.
" Quite. It was either a case of Lyall dying or me. That is the solemn truth. I was helpless in the matter. If he had failed that night he would have kept on trying until he succeeded. One of us had to go out. It was war to the death. And Lyall died. "
" You swear you did not kill him?"
" I have already told you so."
" Then why don't you give yourself up to the police ?"
" Because my freedom is vitally necessary for the public good. And I shall retain my liberty, though all the police of the world pursue me. When the time is ripe, when I have succeeded in my quest, I shall offer myself voluntarily to the authorities."
Mercia glowered at him. Her cheeks were feverishly tinged and she was breathing deeply. Dain's quiet answers and calmly reasoned sentences had shaken the foundations of her bitterness. And she was unwilling to forgive, unwilling to believe that Dain was anything more than the man responsible for the callously brutal death of her father.
" Would you answer me a last question?" she demanded.
" If I can-certainly."
" Then what is this-this quest, as you call it ?"
" The smashing of the criminal gangs of London."

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