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CHAPTER XVI - THE NEXT-DOOR NEIGHBOUR

IT was quite obvious to Gerry that he stood to gain a lot by keeping quiet concerning this affair. His unknown enemy might give himself away if he thought he were dead. So he devised a little scheme. Hastily he scribbled some directions in the simple code he and Brewer used, and ringing for the attendant, told him who he was, and demanded secrecy and obedience under police orders. The man knew what was required of him and willingly took the long wire Gerry had prepared, and when the train stopped at York he handed it in.
The result was that when they arrived at Newcastle, Brewer was there to meet the train. He went at once to Gerry's berth, where the blinds had remained drawn and an attendant stood on guard. He had an ambulance waiting to convey Gerry (all covered over so as not to be seen) to his father's house ; Lord Tankerton having been already warned what was happening.
Brewer, with another man acting under his orders, kept a strict watch on the crowd as it alighted from the train, carefully looking for any who might be unduly interested in the sad procession to the ambulance.
Gerry arrived at Eldon Square in due course, and was carried into the house, straight to his own roomHere he was joined by Brewer.
" Did you notice anyone ?" was Gerry's first question. Brewer looked glum.
" Not a soul," he said. " Neither did Smith."

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