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CHAPTER XVIII - THE MASTER'S LAIR

borders of white-painted moulding. These were filled in by delicate drooping festoons of ornamental flowers.
Suddenly he stopped. He had felt the moulding move at his touch.
Signalling to Brewer, he drew a revolver from his pocket, indicating that his assistant should stand to one side in case of danger. It was quite obvious now that this panel was on a hinge.
Then he pressed it. It swung inwards with a crash and Gerry thought he heard a sound inside. Keeping his torch well away from his body, he flashed it into the room. There was not the slightest sign of anyone there. Somewhat to their surprise there was no window in the room. It seemed as though it had been designed to keep all light out.
" Or all sound in," said Gerry, when Brewer remarked on it. Then he saw something, and its amazing significance slowly began to dawn on him It was an astonishingly important discovery !
· Here !" he cried. " Switch the light on."
As Brewer obeyed him, and the electric beams shone out over the room, to his intense excitement he saw a sound-recording machine on a table near the wall. There were wax cylinders, too, all ready in a padded box near by.
" We have found the lair of the Master," said Gerry softly

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