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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

lightning decisions. Two million pounds-a lonely, empty wilderness of silent docks-and midnight ! The prospect was desperate.
He seized his bags and strode towards the dock gates in a white heat of fury.
Outside the dock gates he called a taxi. " Denbigh House, Kingsway-and drive like the devil !" he said. His face was set and grim, his eyes shining like twin red lamps in the darkness. " Win or lose, Valmon Dain, a last chance, you swine ! And here's to a final reckoning. One of us goes out of Denbigh House a dead man to-night !"
And the way was open. Blind circumstance had set the stage for him. It was not Valmon Dain, the marvellous inventor, but Valmon Dain the wanted murderer of Willard Lyall ; Valmon Dain, the Man They Couldn't Arrest, cheating justice to the last, who would be found dead in the great laboratory in Kingsway. It would all be so plausible. Worn out with the ceaseless strain of the pursuit, hounded from pillar to post by the relentless hunters of the Yard, he would appear to have gone back to the great machine he had made, surrounding himself with all the art and wonderment of his life's greatest achievement, and had put a bullet into his own brain -a fitting sensational end to a sensational career. He would be found there dead, with half his skull blown away and a revolver on the floor beside him.
Midnight had long since sounded on the bells A,hen Lazard Lot out at Denbi-ah House.

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