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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

After that it was more or less simple. The only requirements were caution and silence. From somewhere in the silence behind him he heard the faint sound of a carefree young voice humming as it passed across the landing.
He reached the store-room, took out the key, and replaced it on the outside, opened the window and crawled out. The place was deserted, and a raw, chill wind was blowing outside. Dain shivered, as much with the sudden cold as with the feeling of desperate relief that swept over him. He scarcely realised, until his toes touched the ground outside, what a ferocious risk he had been taking every second of the time he had spent in that house.
Gently as silence itself he eased the catch in the frame, closed the window, and slipped the catch right back. He walked very quietly till he got clear of the house, and then made his way briskly down into Piccadilly.
And, back in St. James's at that precise moment, the Count Lazard was sitting up in his chair, blinking dazedly at the dictionary in his lap, and wondering what on earth had happened to him. The red lights were swaying about a little dizzily in front of his eyes, and his head housed a particularly violent ache that lasted for exactly eight seconds. It cleared with remarkable suddenness, and his puzzlement increased. There was a queer sticky taste in his mouth, and the upper passages of his nose tingled as though he had just taken a mild whiff of electric snuff.

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