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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

Lazard came at him with a flying rush, his eyes glittering like red-hot coals, his mouth half open, and breath hissing through his lips. Dain gave him one single vicious crack on the elbow with his revolver, and Lazard squealed. With both his arms painfully powerless he went for his man bull-headed, kicking out like a madman.
And it was then that Delbury and Shaughnessy slid swiftly out of the shadows and laid the, swart arms of the law on him.
Lazard was speechless, inarticulate with shock and ungovernable fury. His impassioned face worked convulsively with the frenzy of the madness that suddenly whelmed him. Shaughnessy seized his wrists, and with a Herculean effort wrenched them behind his back. There was a soft metallic click, and Delbury stepped away from him, leaving him shouting and screaming and struggling in the handcuffs like a maniac.
Dain slipped out to the outer office and put a call through on the telephone. In a little while the sleepy voice of Mercia Lyall came on at the other end.
" Is that you, Miss Lyall ?" asked Dain softly. " I'm really very sorry to have called you up so late at night-yes, Valmon Dain speaking-but something is just happening here, and I wondered if you would care to know about it. It would clear up so much. If you would care to, you can stand there and hear it all on the phone. I have fitted up a detectaphone and attached it to the mouthpiece here

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