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CHAPTER XXVI - GERRY PASSES OUT

TO say the least of it, Gerry was not prepared for this. He cursed himself for a fool at the way he had walked into the trap. To make matters worse, he was quite unarmed.
As he paused at the door, a low mocking laugh greeted his hesitation.
" So you have come after all," said a voice he had heard somewhere before. " I half thought you were going to resist me."
" What the devil are you doing here," growled Gerry, stung to quiet fury. " And how did you get in ?"
The other laughed.
" I came to see you, Mr. Dalton," he replied. " I want to have a little talk with you. I really must apologise for this inconvenient time. I ought to have called before. But the truth is, I have just returned from a trip across the Continent."
Gerry had obeyed an impulse when he walked across the garden to the summer-house-but now he was beginning to feel how very powerful that impulse really was. The man beside him simply radiated power and strength. He dominated the whole situation by sheer force of will. Gerry could feel it, and had to call up all his own resources to meet the danger he was faced with.... He built up a barrier, brick by brick, between himself and this man of horror . . . and gradually he felt himself gaining ground. . . . As the mental wall grew higher, he could feel his own

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