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it’s about two minutes from her place. I’m going to ring up Inspector Ford. Stop where you are and I’ll call you back. They’ll be OK. You stick where you are and don’t leave that box. Good lad. Hello. Hello, Exchange. Hello? You’re going to talk if I stay here all night! Who’s your boss? Sighs I’ll scar you for life! Oh, why don’t you go home to Mother? And you too, you silly little squirt. I don’t know, it made Old Ming Po talk all right. Go off to your pals. They knew what was good for them. They left you to carry the can. I wouldn’t like to be in your shoes when my pals turn up. Alec, come here. They won’t be long now, I’m expecting them any minute. Water torture. Then you’ll know what it means to be tough. Sneers Screams Screaming Get it away! Stop it. Take it away! Do you want to talk? Yes, yes! Stops screaming OK, who runs your racket? It’s games Man Donald Duck. You there, undo those cords. Yes, sir. Get a move on. Hurry, hurry, come on. Got him! Joe, Joe! What’s happened? A bloke turned up. One of the crooks. I knocked him cold. Dicky’s tied him up. Lovely grub. That’ll show Ford. Nightingale is trying to contact him. We’re not going to wait now, are we? Well, I don’t know He told me not to move. You gave him the address, he’ll find his way all right, come on! Car revving Look! Oh, they’ve got Dicky! We’ll never see him again, I know we won’t. He might have run for it. We never ought to have left him. They’ll find him in the river. Nark it, can’t ya? Get a move on! Who’s going to tell her? Joe, I suppose. You don’t think it’s a woman’s job? She don’t like me. She hates me. Hey, Joe! Dicky! I got in the back of their car! They’re packing up, getting all their stuff out of London. We thought you were dead. Pipe down. King’s Cross, that’s where they went. The bloke I tied up’s gone to Glasgow. Where’ve they got the stuff? I know where they’re shifting it. Ballard’s Wharf. Cor, if you’d have seen me crouching there beside them games Dicky’s mother Here, what’s all this? I might have known it. You ought to be ashamed


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