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CHAPTER XVII
MURDER

OFFICIALLY there were no new developments during the next few days ; and the arrival of Her Majesty the Queen of Bulkrania, accompanied by the Princess Yolanda, only tended to complicate matters. Although she had been informed of the terrible situation before she left her country, that magnificent woman was only all the more determined to come, and herself take her boy home to the bereaved people. There were certain sad formalities to be performed before she could take the body of the Prince back to his native land; and, awful though these were for her, she determined to go through with them. The sweetness and sympathy of Princess Yolanda was a great comfort in her sorrow ; for she had insisted on accompanying her in spite of the change in their purpose, and the Queen was very grateful for her company.
Through the kindness of one of the minor royalties, Lord d'Harlecourt had arranged that, during her stay in England, the Queen and her suite and Princess Yolanda should be accommodated at `The Leys,' a large manor house just outside Shelford. `The Leys' was a perfectly charming place ; and the peace and beauty of its smooth lawns and rose gardens did much to soften the grief of this lonely suffering woman. She was beginning, now, to think that there was nothing left worth while. It was the Queen's firm idea that, at last, her dreaded unseen enemy had gained his end by the death of her son-all she waited for was

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