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CHAPTER XIV
TRAGEDY

IF Bunny and Ajax were worried and mystified by this unaccountable fear Carl showed for Bernaldi, it was nothing to the terror of the young man himself. Things were getting altogether too hot for him. That note was something he had never dreamed possible and it nearly scared him out of his wits. He had been rushed into a lot of new and varied experiences recently ; and it would have taken a much cleverer man than he was to avoid the strain. But the sinister threat conveyed in the note!-He could not get away from it. For a long time after he read it and had the suspicion of its authorship thrust into his mind by the retreating figure of Bernaldi, he felt almost sick with apprehension. He was so silent and miserable that even Veronica, who was intensely intrigued by all this mystery, was glad when he made an excuse and left them. He wanted to get away and be alone to think! He felt he must puzzle all this out-he dared not ask the Baron to help him -and for a very good reason ! But he kept on asking himself who this stranger could be? Whenever Bernaldi was near, he felt an unaccountable dread possess him. Yet, he could not remember ever having met the man before-why, then, should he fear him? He wondered how much he knew. Goodness knows, he had sufficient on his conscience to warrant his being afraid to look any honest man in the eyes ; but that was not what worried him-he was not

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