Biggles - Air Detective by Captain W.E. Johns

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Even then the car did not stop, but shot straight into a garage, the doors of which were slammed by unseen hands. They got out. Slick opened a door in the wall. "This way," he said casually. A short corridor, a flight of stairs, and Biggles found himself in a small room with one window which overlooked a street. In the brief interval of time allowed him he saw two landmarks. One was a neon sign advertising a brand of whisky, on the wall of the house opposite; the other was the top of an IIE bus.

Naturally, he has the pick. So did his forebears. " "Pretty to see, no doubt; but I wouldn't stand in a queue for a private view of them," averred Biggles. " "Nothing—yet; but they are giving me a headache," asserted the Air Commodore. "It happens that the Sultan, having been educated in this country, is a young man with progressive ideas, in which, being wealthy, he can indulge. " "He does. " "An elderly photographic reconnaissance Mosquito which he bought from Disposals. " "The machine has plenty of range and.

He couldn't have heard about him while he was inside; and it seems extraordinary that he could do that, and crack a crib into the bargain, within a few hours of being released. " The Inspector nodded. "Yes, that's true. The thing must have been all fixed up on the outside. " Biggles lit a cigarette with thoughtful deliberation. "It's right up your street," prompted the detective. "I'm not denying it," replied Biggles quietly. "Don't worry, I'll do something. Give me an hour or two to think the thing over.

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