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jolting suddenness. His helplessness was that of the kitten, whose new-born eyes had not yet opened, whose eyes had never seen the light.
" For God's sake don't use that on me again," he yelped, with a sudden rush of words. " Take it away i You'll kill me if you give me another dose." He began to scream in a high-pitched voice of sudden terror, filling the air with ear-splitting animal noises. In his terror he even yelled for the police to come and help him.
Dain waited till his paroxysm had subsided, and then gently pointed out the uselessness of such efforts.
" These walls are entirely sound-proof, " he said quietly. " The police couldn't hear you-not if a choir of twenty joined in your little solo. Even the noise of a gunshot wouldn't carry beyond this room. Come, now, are you going to speak to Lazard ?"
Tansy squealed again as he felt the chill touch of the flash gun against his face.
" Don't do it, guv'nor ! Don't do it," he yelled. " I'll talk to him-I'll tell him !" He wrenched his head convulsively away from the cold steel.
Dain breathed deeply and put the gun down.
" Very well, then," he said. " But, mind you, Tansy, one false word, one tiniest hint to Lazard, and you'll never see again."
He reached for the telephone and gave the Count's number.
" You'll just tell him in your own words," he warned him, " that Valmon Dain is dead, and that

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