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you can hear all that goes on. The police are here: I sent for them half an hour ago. Yes, I think they believe in me now. But they matter very little, really. I would much rather you heard with your own ears, here in this room . . . and then, perhaps, you, too, might care to readjust your impressions. It would be so much nicer, for both of us, than to listen to it all in the criminal courts. No, I am not angry, Mercia-only a little grieved-and perhaps a little disgusted with the way things have worked out."
" But-but where are you?" asked the halffrightened voice.
" Denbigh House, Kingsway. I would have rung you up an hour ago, before the police came, and let you hear the whole thing, but-there was a gentleman coming here . . . a little Southern blood in his veins . . . and his language is hardly the kind I would care to broadcast to you. Perhaps, in half an hour, you will understand why I couldn't be more free and open with my explanations. Will you wait ?"
A faint little " Yes " came back from Highgate.
Dain went back to the laboratory and switched on the lights.
" Well, sir," said Delbury, "you seem to be making out a pretty little case for us."
Dain smiled unemotionally. " You'll find all that money down below in his car-or I'm a fool," he said tersely.
A bell tinkled on the network of wires, and a voice

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