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CHAPTER XVIII - THE MASTER'S LAIR

"That's funny," he whispered. " I don't think there is a soul in the place. It feels empty."
Brewer had wondered what the eerie feeling was, but had not been able to explain it. Now he realised that Gerry was right. Not a sound came from any part of the house. Evidently his chief was determined to make sure, for he softly opened a door. The room was empty. In turn he tried all the doors on that floor, with the same result.
In ten minutes they had peeped into every roomonly to find that the house was entirely deserted. They could speak with more freedom now, though they still went warily in case of a trap, or that anyone should return.
" This seems to be Bernotte's room," said Gerry, as he returned to a large apartment facing the garden at the back of the house.
" It seems all right to me," said Brewer, wondering where the snag came.
" You don't think that he was going to leave any clues behind, do you ? " asked Gerry witheringly.
" He's not such a fool as that !"
" But you aren't sure that he is a wrong 'un yet," Brewer reminded him.
" I'm going to make certain," said Gerry grimly.
" Here, sound these walls for secret cupboards. There is a room missing."
" A room missing !" said Brewer, astounded.
" Yes ! My father has the room corresponding to this one in our house, and there is a small dressingroom leading off it. Of course, I know it may not be in exactly the same place as ours, but the chances are it is."
He walked over to the side of the bed.
" It should be here," he said, feeling along the surface of the wall.
The walls of the room were divided into panels by

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