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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

I had not the faintest idea that Willard Lyall was the leader of the Silver Arrows. I no more suspected him than you did yourself. Not that it would have made any difference to my determination if I had."
" Why?„
" Because the crime gangs of London are a positive disgrace to any well-conducted city. It is time they were smashed, time that somebody with the courage and ability picked up their challenge and fought them. I am doing so. And I shall win, even though I antagonise every friend I have in the world. I shall not abate one single effort until law-abiding citizens can go about their affairs without fear of blackmail, robbery, murder, and the host of other dreads that are their lot of to day."
Mercia tossed her head. " It all sounds absurdly exaggerated and far-fetched," she said, with a touch of scorn in her voice.
" No more so than the fact of your own father being a leader of one of the most powerful gangs in London," replied Dain. "Only princes and paupers can afford principles in these modern days. Miss Lyall-I ask you to believe in me. This is not a new thing with me. I have been working at it for months. It began as a hobby. And now that I have realised its magnitude it has become an obsession. As soon as I have laid this last survivor by the heels I shall be free to offer you a full and adequate explanation of all my actions."

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