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Years later in London, Emily tells Michael her dreams are full of danger and darkness. Earlier, she had confessed to him that she likes danger, and Michael thinks she is a secretive person. In a section called "Kennels," Mr. Hastie tells Michael he has been fired from his job taking care of the passenger's dogs, because it is believed that one of the dogs got away and killed Sir Hector. Ramadhin's dog has not been found, and Michael says nothing. Later, as the boys search for the dog, they come across the assistant kennel keeper, Invernio, who is playing with a passenger's Weimaraner. The two obviously love each other. This reminds Michael of Gunepala, who was always surrounded in the kitchen by dogs. During the stopover in Aden, the boys had not seen the prisoner, but now his night walks begin...

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