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It was not quite so easy, however, to find the means of opening this door. There was no handle on his side and he felt carefully around for a catch. He dared not relight the candle in case they would see his light through the slits round the door. He did not want to be caught if he could help it; for he hoped to devise some plan for rescuing Bunny-if he were there. But the question which worried him all the time waswhere had his investigations landed him?
Then suddenly he discovered that by laying his ear to the cracks in the wall he could hear what was being said in the next room. A voice which was strangely familiar (though he could not place it) was speaking.
" So you would double cross me, would you? " he heard. " Well, I will show you that I am not the man to be interfered with."
" I haven't the slightest idea who you are," came in clear frank tones; and Ajax thanked Heaven-for it was Bunny speaking.
" That you will never know," said the man who was facing him over the table.
" At any rate, there would be no difficulty in recognising you, if ever I saw you again-in spite of that silly mask around your eyes!"
" Silence, dog," came the harsh command. "You will 'never meet me again,' for the very simple reason that you will never be out of my hands. I intend to use you for a scheme of my own, and then I will kill you."
Bunny shivered as he spoke because he felt that the man meant it; whilst Ajax ground his teeth in impotent fury.
Who was this unscrupulous man with his theatrical mask Ajax wondered-and whose house was this he was listening into? If only he knew the secret of this

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