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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

to get back to earth in a single moment. And besides, it all happened in a flash. He was faintly aware of a strong, virile-looking hand sliding soundlessly in front of his face from over his shoulder, a hand which was tanned to a rich, healthy brown, and had an unpleasant atmosphere of gripping strength about it ; a hand, moreover, which held delicately poised between forefinger and thumb a flat, round, white object.
A fleeting look of utter bewilderment danced for the merest second across Lazard's face, his eyes focussing in dumb surprise on the little white sphere under his nose. The thing was so startling that, for the moment, he couldn't move.
Then he tried to switch round in the chair. The little mistake he made was that, in whipping round, he gasped-a hissing intake of breath, forced on him by a compound of fear and shock. It was the most natural thing to do. But in Lazard's case it was fatal. For in that same second Valmon Dain's fingers squeezed the capsule. There was just the tiniest wisp of sound, as though a frail swallow's egg had been crushed. But the effect on Lazard was practically instantaneous. His face constricted as though he had just inhaled a terrific draught of double-strength ammonia, his eyes dilated, and he stiffened in his chair. Dain had broken the capsule within an inch of his nose, and the Ambassador had taken the full force of it.
The hand that held the capsule seemed to shiver once in a most erratic way._ A darkness danced in

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