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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

glittering thing in his hand. And that ripped out threat about burning his eyes out sounded too unnerving for words.
" You-you Judas !" The words ripped out between Dain's teeth with all the contempt of his whole body bottled up in them. He advanced on the scared jeweller with the shining thing flashing in his hand, his forefinger crooked round the triggerspring. Tansy broke ground, with his eyes nearly popping out of his head.
" You come to me with the cringing offer of help, swearing friendship and the desire to atone for some small part of the wrong you have done. And all the time you are paving the way for some new scoundrelism on the part of your master. What is this latest move ? Eh ? Answer me-or you'll go out of this building feet first. What new devilry is Lazard hatching ?"
" I don't know, guv. I ain't in on it. I'm on me own now. I don't know nothink about the Count." The words came tumbling out of his mouth in a flying stream, almost falling over each other in his hurry to get them out.
" You do ! And you'll tell me what it's all about, or I'll dry up the very blood in your veins. Listen to me. Thirty seconds before you knocked on that door Count Lazard was talking to the leader of his gang of thugs. He was speaking from Barnet and he was ordering his man to get his crowd up in full force to Court Row to-night. Was that message false or not?"

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