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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

it. He stifled his deep-bitten fear of that lethal thing in Dain's hand and went all out for the fighting finish.
In that same second Dain whipped the black handkerchief over his eyes, thrust the steel thing out at arm's length and pulled the trigger.
There was a terrific blinding streak of light. It streamed out of the shining thing in Dain's hand and filled the room with a silent burst of explosive brilliance that drenched the very air in a whitehot bath of eye-aching radiance. It came with tremendous abruptness ; a sudden swishing into existence of a blinding white incandescence that assaulted the senses, obliterating everything in its radius save the blazing heliotrope core from which it emanated.
Tansy screamed, staggered forward a step and fell back clawing madly at his eyes. They were pricking, searing, burning as though a giant sunglass had for one terrible second been concentrated on the very centre of his eyeballs.
The light, bursting out into its livid entirety within six inches of his wide-open eyes, had scorched them, stung them into a sudden agony of ferocious pain. He screamed again and collapsed in a writhing heap on the floor.
He was blind ; he could not see ; all that was left to him was an unseeing, helpless groping. All that existed in his stunned world was the reactive glare of that gigantic flash sizzling about in front of his eyes.

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