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CHAPTER X - A CRY IN THE NIGHT

FOR the next three days after that terrible night in the Commander's office, Gerry's time was fully occupied. He had wired Headquarters on the spot, for someone to come and assist him ; and Brewer, one of their most dependable men, was sent. The morning after the strange meeting in the derelict house, these two were sitting in Gerry's study, talking things over.
" Well now, that's all we can do at present," said Gerry. " you must be quite sure to miss nothingand you can rely completely on the Chief Constable to back you up. He's extremely alive to things ; and I know him very well."
The man from the Yard nodded in affirmation. He liked working with this jolly young fellow who had all his buttons on, in spite of his " devil-may-care " manner. The preparations they had just been arranging showed that he was not only capable of handling big things, but was very much more alert and well informed than anyone had ever guessed.
By the way-before I forget it," said Gerry. " I want you to look up the records concerning our nextdoor neighbour. The police will have his particulars
he's a Swede, I think."
Suspicious ? " queried Brewer.
H'm, p'raps," said Gerry. "But he looks' wrong' to me somehow or other. Of course, I haven't bothered much about him. He gets about quite a

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