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stood flush with the pavement. The house was built of dirty grey concrete blocks, and had tall shuttered windows, well closed and barred. It was extremely unprepossessing ; not at all the kind of place Royston would have cared to visit by choice. But he soon saw that he was not to have any option ; for, as the carriage stopped, the door opened, and from the dark interior came two men. He was evidently expected! They ranged themselves, one at either side of him, and hustled him into the house, followed by his captor holding the gun ready for action. Royston realised that his only chance lay in playing a waiting game, and not give them any cause for suspicion. If he pretended to give in and be frightened, he reckoned that these foreigners would rate his intelligence at their own level. ... and he might get his chance.
The two men spoke in German, and were answered in the same tongue by the man who had tricked him so simply. By the way they spoke to him Royston could see, quite easily, that they feared their master ; and the way he answered, showed that he was accustomed to being implicitly obeyed. Indeed, the tone of his voice had entirely changed during the last few minutes-ever since they had arrived at the door. It had become hard and cruel and relentless. It made Royston's flesh creep-though he could not say why.
By this time, however, they had mounted a flight of stairs somewhere in the pitch black hall and were in a fairly large room which was evidently at the back of the house. Here they left him without a word. The place was not badly furnished, and Royston kept wondering all the time what the game could be. So far, there had been no indication of their intentions.

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