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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

though Dain were undressing and then dressing again.
Then the locks clicked, the outer door slammed and the bolts shot home. And Tansy was alone in the darkness.

CHAPTER XIV

DAIN went down the stairs, nodded to the liftman, remarked that it was a fine night, and walked out into Kingsway. He looked the perfect embodiment of one of the Corps of Commissionaires, that exceedingly fine body of men whose watchword is service and whose greatest attribute is integrity.
He took his businesslike way through the pulsing heart of the West End, through the lights and the glitter and the hurry and bustle to that secluded backwater that lies off the sumptuous thoroughfare of Piccadilly.
" Things," he remarked to himself, " have reached that stage when something has got to be done in a hurry." One end of his plans had rushed ahead too quickly. It had got out of hand. Something had got to be done to level things up. Something drastic.
He took out a little box and examined the contents quietly. A single white capsule-about the size of a walnut, but flatter-rested in a little nest of wool. It was a capsule he had taken from the box which Willard Lyall had brought with him

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