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CHAPTER XXII - THE MASTER STRIKES A BLOW

and the fateful plans lying where they were. The Master had been baulked of his prize once againthough he had succeeded in killing his prey !
As for the two men who now stood looking down in undisguised horror at the dead body-one was Gerry and the other his henchman, Brewer.
Brewer was the first to speak.
" You are a one, sir ! " he whispered. " However did you know this would happen ?"
" Never mind," said Gerry. " Give me those plans, and call in the others. Perhaps that fiend has run into the trap."
" I could do with a spot of fresh air," said Brewer. " That damned cupboard was stifling. But tell me, sir, how did you guess he would come into that room and look in the bed-post ?"
" P'raps I can read thoughts too," smiled Gerry. But that was all he would say. . . . And their quarry had escaped once more !

All this time, the local police were working on the clues they possessed concerning the matters which were causing Gerry so much worry. Their investigations, although carefully followed up, brought nothing fresh to light. They had definite information concerning much more than was allowed to be known, but on the strong recommendation of Gerry, through the influence of General Mason of Scotland Yard, things were kept quiet. The great importance of this lay in the hope that by giving these scoundrels a certain amount of rope they would one day betray themselves and their plans.
Gerry, of course, was quite au fait with their efforts to get hold of the different secrets of the Naval yard, but he was sure that there was something more behind it all. And then there was always Molly !

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