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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Lazard's lower lip was twitching ever so slightly. That constable who had opened the door to him was either Valmon Dain or he himself was going blind. There was no mistaking that implacable face. CThe granite-like relentlessness of it had printed itself on his brain. It was a picture he had carried just up under his eyelids ever since that horrible night in Kingsway.
With that knowledge his last flimsy hope shrivelled. Dain was simply gambling with him, playing him along to the most suitable moment to strike. In a sudden desperate second he saw Dain's perfect plan.
From that moment, Count Lazard began to lay out a change of plans. It was very slight. But it was subtle. He simply rushed his arrangements ahead twelve hours while apparently putting them back for forty-eight.
The first that was known about it in official circles was that the cross-Channel steamer passages for the two envoys were cancelled.
That was the first thing Lazard did when he got back to the sanctuary of his Embassy. The money was taken in and locked away in the great safe, and for nearly an hour the Ambassador shut himself up in the seclusion of his own study while he worked at his new conception.
The steamer company rang up Scotland Yard to inform them of the change of programme. But Lazard had already been through to the Yard and had given full and sufficient reasons by way of

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