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CHAPTER 2 - INDIAN TRAIL

realised that he had been a fool to make even this amount of noise. No help could come to him. His only hope was to lie here until he felt better, and then, if left undisturbed, attempt to escape.
He was in Pasco's shack, he was sure of that. Tuck and Pasco must have discovered that he was trailing them, had trapped him. It all added up. How long he had been in the shack he didn't know, but he thought probably for hours. A line of light showed by the edge of what he took to be a door in the opposite wall. Night had come. He must have been unconscious for a long time.
What next? Rocky knew that the chances were that he was very near to death. The fact that he had been attacked proved that he was considered dangerous, proved surely that he had indeed been on the trail of something, of something which if discovered could bring danger to those who had brought him here-to Tuck Werner and the Apache Pasco.
Panic fear surged over Rocky Bruce as he reached this inevitable conclusion-understood what must probably follow from it. Those who had attacked him and made him a prisoner could gain nothing merely from those acts. To silence him lest he had already learned too much he must be . . . killed.
Desperately he fought with his fear, striving to conquer it. To panic could bring only disaster. His only hope lay in self-control. He must escape.
But then the thin sliver of light went out. Almost immediately he heard the creak of the door opening, but he could not see who entered, for all was dark. He glimpsed only a vague, shadowy figure coming towards him on silent feet. He lay rigid, eyes wide, heart pounding. His hoarse croak a few moments earlier had probably been heard.

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