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"Bang? I should think I did," said Bunny scornfully. "And brought down a spot of abuse from someone further up the staircase. If I hadn't been in such an infernal hurry I would have liked to meet that scorpion."
Ajax just laughed at his friend's impotent rage, and replied by jumping lightly out of the car.
" Come on!" he cried, "we'll have another try. Surely he can't possibly have forgotten again? "
This touched upon a matter that had struck both of them. Several times during the last day or so, Carl had shown an extraordinary forgetfulness in things. At times he seemed to be miles away in thoughtsometimes even ignoring their presence. It would have alarmed them had they known that this was a very recent development. Since the day they had lunched at Bernaldi's-in fact. As it was, having only known him for such a short while, they put it down to his usual behaviour.
They reached the Prince's rooms in record time. Sure enough, the outer door was firmly shut, and there was an uncanny silence inside the room. Then suddenly a horrible spasm of fear struck the sensitive Bunny. There was something wrong in there-he was sure of it ! Carl himself had told them of the dangers hanging over his head : could there have been foul play?
" Ajax," he said solemnly. "Carl isn't the sort of chap who would let us down. There's something queer about this."
" As a matter of fact," was the quiet answer, "I was just thinking the same thing myself. Let's open the door."
" Where's the key? " asked Bunny excitedly.
" You don't need a key for this door," said Ajax in an offensively superior manner; but he justified him

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