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ROYSTON AND A DISCOVERY

was a young man-the heir to a crown. I-iis mother had been conscious of some sinister power at work all her married life. It had been the cause of her husband's death ; and had threatened the stability of the throne ; indeed it had even cast its evil gloom over her and her son. For some time she had managed to keep that son hidden ; but the time had to come when he could no longer be safe under such anonymity. Royston could see quite plainly that the time was bound to come when that same unknown power would discover the Prince's whereabouts and continue to follow up the evil purpose that was always behind its activities. And now that the Prince was dead, that object had probably been attained. Who, then, would benefit by the Prince's death? That was the thing he would have to find out-the first thing to do was to go down there and see what he could discover for himself.
In the meanwhile, Bunny and Ajax had been at work. The former felt the great blow rather more than his friend ; because, ever since the talk he had had with Prince Gustave, he had felt a sort of personal responsibility for Carl's safety-though he did not find much opportunity of being of service. ... But he had been thinking things over, pretty deeply, ever since they had received the shocking news. Veronica had departed for home at once, and left the two friends to face any questioning that might be found necessary of them. The fact that Michaelis had been to the hospital had left its mark on his imagination ; so had the possibility of Ivan and Michaelis being the two men in the car which ran over Parsons. But, hate Ivan as he did, he could not bring himself to believe that he would behave in such an unnatural way. Still, it was very suspicious! So he surprised Ajax that

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