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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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Dain estimated afterwards that he spent a full minute in turning the handle of that door.
It was the most desperate minute he had ever spent in his life. But he got it open at last.
Silent as the shadow of an owl in the night he pressed the door further open. He squeezed himself softly inside and very gently closed the door behind him.
Lazard stirred in his chair and muttered something under his breath in puzzled French. Some little trick in that trickiest of all diplomatic languages was perplexing him. He puffed jerkily at his cigar and studied the document more closely.
Dain had got halfway to him, stooping down almost on all fours to be out of his line of vision should he turn, when he saw the Count's immaculate hand go out subconsciously to the table and begin groping about there among the papers. In a little while the fingers closed on what they sought : a bulky French dictionary.
Dain edged in closer and stood up.. Lazard was deeply immersed in the dictionary, his thin, immaculately manicured forefinger running slowly down a line of difficult verbs. Dain took the white capsule between his finger and thumb and leaned forward.
Lazard did not move. His thoughts were too far away, too deeply concentrated on the amazing ramifications of an irregular French verb, for him

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