The Eleventh Chapter

Have We Had Help?



Chapter Eleven

A doubtful sanctuary

Shadowy black fingers cast by the old buildings of medieval Tallinn’s narrow side streets, gave the ghostly, almost claustrophobic impression, of closing in as if they were trying to force Nick and David into the light at the centre of the street as the two men followed their route to the safe house. They silently entered the walled garden of the safe house and melted into the shadows beside its cellar door. David carefully and quietly drew back the bolt that held the two halves of the door together and pulled open one side, allowing Nick to descend down the steps into the darkness, before silently lowering the door as he joined him in the cellar. Motioning Nick to follow, he led the way courtesy of the small torch in his hand, along a narrow corridor that led to the kitchen and the old…

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