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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" I don't know, mate, reely
" Where is Lazard ; where did you last leave him?" Dain had edged him right up against the far bench, and he waved the glittering handful of steel at him again.
" Down-down home," blurted Tansy.
" Where? At Court Row?"
" Yes, guv'nor."
" How long ago ? Less than an hour ?"
" Yes-I came straight here."
" Then Lazard couldn't have been in Barnet. He hadn't time to get there. That message of his was a fake-a fake to get me unawares. Out with it i Is that so?"
" Y-yes, guv'nor." Tansy's eyes had begun, to glitter again. He was in a corner, driven there inexorably, and every word he uttered was only driving him further in. And, like a cornered rat, he could see his only way out was the fighting way. He was measuring the distance between with the baleful eye of the professional crook, to whom murder was nothing more than the ridding himself of a danger.
Dain pulled out a handkerchief and wiped his lips. It was a big, black silk one.
" Well-and now tell me what Lazard's game is," he demanded with tight-lipped viciousness.
Tansy leapt. With a wild fear in his heart and with fingers, talon like and wide open, he took the last dregs of his courage and sprang sheer at Dain's throat. There was something almost heroic about

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