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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 1 - THE HOUSE OF SECRETS OPENS UP

The sun streamed brilliantly through the conference room windows of the sprawling plant near Budapest. It was Wednesday, May 24, 1950. My engineer colleagues and I were seated at a long table, perspiring freely in spite of our short-sleeved shirts, for it was an exceptionally warm day. I was glad that I was wearing my thin summer suit.
Someone called the presiding Chief Engineer outside. We continued with our discussion. Soon the Chief Engineer returned and stopped at the door. "Kovago," he said, "would you please come out for a second, someone is looking for you."
I got up automatically. For a second I glanced at the face of the Chief Engineer. He seemed unusually pale. But I became conscious of this only by the time I had left the room and was in the corridor. Four men surrounded me, a fifth one closed the door and put his back to it. Three of the four began to circle around me. It looked as if they were crazy. The fourth one explained to me in low tones that they wanted to ask me a few questions. The whole thing appeared to be a silly, childish joke. All five, however, seemed excited and took the procedure very seriously. In a daze and automatically, I took a few steps forward. They continued circling around me. Then I stopped. "What's wrong with you? What the hell do you want? Why are you so excited?" I demanded querulously.
" Just keep quiet," one of them whispered in my ear.
" There's nothing to it," another whispered.
" It is just a brief interrogation. Don't make any commotion,

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