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man ; and had a deep secret fear of his cruel eyeseyes in which Slavonic fires ever burned with a fierce flame ; and now he was straining at the leash-stung to anger by the reproach he felt was undeserved. His own quick brain had seen great possibilities in the Queen's letters, and he had acted without hesitating. In the same quick way he had thought out the method of getting rid of the unfortunate Parsons by a faked accident ! But now the woman stepped into the breach. Hers was the delicate task of keeping peace between these two.
" He is quite right, Michaelis, my friend," she said. "And you would have been the first to grumble if he had not done it." She was certainly a beautiful creature. No wonder that the appreciative Baron had been smitten by her charms! Mrs. Parsons, as she had called herself, had vanquished much less susceptible men than he, before to-day. Her clear white skin and bright straw-coloured hair were undoubtedly an asset to a woman who lived by her wits, as she had to do. Her calm air of serenity and aplomb inspired confidence ; and at the same time, her aloofness prevented familiarity.
" It was you, cher ami," she went on, lighting a cigarette, "who nearly spoilt things. You very nearly overdid that accident. Ma foi! I thought you had killed him! " She shuddered at the recollection.
" Oh ! I knew what I was doing," replied Michaelis in impatient tones. He was not used to having his actions questioned like this. "Anyhow, he is just sufficiently hurt to suit our purpose. I rang up the hospital early this morning to enquire how he was. Since then, I have seen the house surgeon, and he says there are no complications, and that he will recover all right. But we must get to work quickly.

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