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CHAPTER XI - MOLLY !

possibly know about that ? Could there be a traitor in their band ? Was Erik the traitor ? They had no time to ponder, however, for the men outside the window, led by the faithful and admiring Brewer, slipped in at a sign from Gerry, and handcuffed them both.
" Take care of them," he said. " There is someone who would very much like to see them now." He laughed as he saw a look of fear come into the eyes of the captured men. " Oh, it's all right," he assured them. " He is much too busy somewhere else tonight."
They wondered how on earth he knew all this. They would have been considerably alarmed had they been told. . . . !
And so now, as he sat there waiting for Molly to ring him up again and tell him that her father had returned, Gerry was turning the affairs of the night over in his mind. If they only knew how he had learned all this ! If anyone knew how he had learned it-what a lot of fuss there would be. Yes! and a lot of good his chance of living would be in the future ! Still, they did not know ; so everything was all rightas far as it had gone. What, he wondered, had the future still in store ? Then he suddenly remembered about ringing for the Commander. He was quickly connected with the works ; but, as he half expected, nothing was known of him there. He had not been seen there at all that evening. The news was alarming and worrying. Gerry could not help being a bit depressed. The reaction after an exciting evening had already set in, and this news, on top of what Molly had told him, made him very anxious. He realised now how much Molly meant to him. He felt he could not live without her .
There he stopped. Wasn't she a long time in ringing him up, he asked himself ? A man of action, it was

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