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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

But otherwise he was as normal and as clearheaded as though that sudden crash of unconsciousness had never struck him. He blinked again and licked his lips. At first he thought he had been the victim of a sudden fainting attack, a phenomenon he had never experienced in his life before.
Then, with a jolt of wonderment, he remembered that brown hand sliding in from over his shoulder, remembered the odd, capsule-shaped object of white that was cupped in the supple fingers.
He wheeled round with a startled look on his face, fully expecting to see the owner of that hand standing over him, demanding his surrender. For that brown, swart-looking hand was the hand of Valmon Dain, no other. He could have recognised it among a thousand.
He passed a hand tremblingly across his forehead. Dain? He was going mad. Dain was dead ! Tansy himself had been through on the phone less than an hour ago to tell him so. He had drunk a silent toast in old brandy to the jeweller when he put the receiver down. And Tansy was not the man to make fool mistakes. He had gazed on the face of the dead before, had done a killing job himself twice, and knew the signs.
And it was Tansy's voice without a doubt. There was no mistaking those cockney gutturals ; that cringing whine would have placarded its own identity among a million.
He turned with a jump to the precious deed-box on the table, and he sighed with unutterable relief

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