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CHAPTER XX - MISSING PLANS

GERRY and his assistant lost no time in returning to their own quarters. They decided to leave things as they found them in Bernotte's house in the hope that the Swede-or the Master as they now believed him to be-might return, lulled into a state of false security. Accordingly they removed all traces of their burglarious entry and sat down at last in the library of Lord Tankerton's house, determined to reason out what it all meant.
" He may come back for those cylinders," said Brewer.
" I wish we could have tried that one over which was in the machine," was Gerry's answer.
" Maybe we can go back later," said Brewer eagerly.
He had been fired with a new enthusiasm by the discovery they had made through Gerry's cleverness. As a result of it, they were now in possession of the most valuable information : the Swede Bernotte was surely the Master, who ruled the gang at Bottle Bank ; the very man who had engineered the affair in the Commander's office and murdered the man by the strong-room door. He would also seem to be responsible for Panton's sudden heart-attack. It had been he who had sent Henrotin and Taylor to do the job at Sir Robert Gill's house in the hope of getting the Plans of the Queen Mab. And now, if the man's dying words meant anything, they seemed to have traced t0 him the death of the coastguard at Tynemouth

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