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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 2 - I MEET THE RAT

I awoke suddenly. An AVO man was shaking me. I heard another one whisper: "Hey, we didn't bring you here to sleep. This isn't a nursing home." I stood up.
" Let's go," said the guard who had shaken me awake. In front of the door I had to stop and be blindfolded once again. It occurred to me that the last time I played such games was when I was a little boy. All this whispering and blindfolding had a childish quality to it. Grabbing my arm, the guard led me roughly along the corridor. In one place I stumbled. Then I stepped into some water. This must be the little stream I passed on the way here, I mused. They are taking me back to the same place they brought me from. We climbed stairs, around and around, and went through doors. Then I was told to stop. The pleasant summer air felt nice and warm. The blindfold was removed from my eyes. We stood in a corridor, and I saw stairs covered with thick red carpet. We started out without a word along corridors with padded doors. A door opened and I was led through another door guarded by two armed soldiers. I found myself in a large study overlooking the street. The room was filled with beautiful, heavy furniture. The only disturbing impression was that every piece of furniture, although of fine quality, was of a different period. The display included furniture of the Empire period, Louis XIV, and even some late Victorian pieces. It was obvious that they had been stolen by the AVO from wealthy private homes. Oriental rugs covered the floor. For all its appearance it could have been the study of some nouveau

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