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CHAPTER I
THE STRANGER

IT was in Cambridge, in the early Spring of 1912, that there began the first of a series of amazing events-schemes which had been simmering and brewing in the crafty brain of a man who was destined, one day, to become a menace to civilisation and the terror of the police of a whole continent.
The two young men who sprawled on the grass by the banks of the Cam one warm morning, knew nothing of this, of course ; and had they been questioned, would have denied that they had a single care in the world. They were lying lazily in the shade of a certain big chestnut tree which guarded the stretch of 'Backs' bordering on Trinity and Clare Colleges. The river, running from the direction of 'Kings,' gives a double twist at this point, then goes off to the lock which divides it from the boat houses-making an excuse, on the way, for the `Bridge of Sighs' at 'Johns.'
The sun was quite warm, and the two undergraduates seemed to feel a stir in the air which whispered of coming days on the 'upper river' with picnic baskets; of punting days, when clad in cool flannels they would lounge among the gay crowds on the 'Backs'; and last, but not least, of days down at the boat house-tired

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