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Borkman closed his eyes for the last time. Blood was running out of his mouth and his body shook strongly for a moment. T h e n he lay still. He was dead. 'Let's get away quickly,' said Salahadin. 'I don't want to wait for the police. They'll take us with them to Ba'albek. I must leave Beirut immediately. I'm going to Athens. ' Fuad and Salahadin climbed back up to the road. Some cars had stopped and people were looking down at the burning car. Fuad and Salahadin drove off quickly. 33 9 Beirut to Athens Salahadin and Fuad got back home before ten o'clock.
T h e n there was silence. Salahadin walked slowly away from the rail and sat down on the deck. No one came. Everyone was busy eating dinner. No one had heard the noise. 43 He held Peterson round the neck and pushed him over the rail. 13 Do Not Disturb The corridor outside cabin 22 was still empty. Everything was silent. Salahadin went into the cabin and picked up the box carefully. T h e n he carried it across the corridor to his own cabin. He went back across the corridor once more. In every cabin there was a notice with the words "Do N o t Disturb" written on it in large letters.
13 Do Not Disturb The corridor outside cabin 22 was still empty. Everything was silent. Salahadin went into the cabin and picked up the box carefully. T h e n he carried it across the corridor to his own cabin. He went back across the corridor once more. In every cabin there was a notice with the words "Do N o t Disturb" written on it in large letters. Salahadin took this notice and hung it on the door of cabin 22. D O N O T DISTURB The steward will see this on the door, thought Salahadin to himself.