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THE ENQUIRY BEGINS

and then say he had never lost them? " asked Royston.
" No! There was some other reason why Ivan and his friends went to all those lengths to get into touch with the Prince. It wasn't just to get those letters. What do you think?"
" I don't know," said Bunny baffled. "That's your job to find out."
" Well! Do you know or suspect anything more?" said his cousin, laughing at his chagrin.
" Mrs. Parsons is not a Gyp's wife-we know that!" said Ajax.
" Oh that's finished with now," said Bunny in a superior nanner. "But she certainly gave the show away."
" So it seems," said Royston drily. "But what made you suspect her?"
" Well, she seemed out of place as a Gyp's wife. We always thought so-didn't we Ajax?" Bunny demanded. " We saw her one day with Ivan shortly after the accident."
" Yes," supplemented Ajax. "And, by Jove, she was a regular `snorter.' "
" What is she like? " asked Royston amused at their enthusiasm. "She may help me to track these two scoundrels down."
Then followed a most disastrous attempt on the part of the two friends to describe the suspected lady. But eventually Royston extracted enough information to suit his purpose.
" Blonde," he said briefly. "Now give me the address of the house these people used when Ivan took over his duties. Of course, someone must have climbed into college that night the letters were taken-if they were taken. Do you know any place they could get in by?"
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