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MURDER

Majesty, she never suspected what was happening! Had she done so, she would certainly have put her foot-down on this rapidly developing romance!

All this time Royston's problem was to find out what was at the bottom of the maze of things he was learning. He puzzled a lot over the matter of the Queen's letters. It seemed to be a very feeble sort of joke for a man of Carl's intelligence to play. Such things were only done by people with repressed personalities who sought publicity ; but Carl had no need of anything of that sort. The more he thought of it, the more he was inclined to think that those letters took a definite place in the general mystery surrounding the Prince. He had learned from the Baron that, although they were the personal letters of a mother to a son, they also had a very important political value. The Queen, it appeared, often expressed herself with unguarded freedom when writing to her boy ; partly in the desperate need she had for someone to confide in ; partly so that the Prince should be kept in the closest touch with the affairs of his country. It was not difficult to see that the possession of such letters would be a tremendous asset in the hands of an enemy or a blackmailer. But then, the Prince had told them that they had never been lost at all-that was the snag ; for Royston could not forget that everyone said he seemed so genuinely upset in the first place when the letters were supposed to have been stolen. The story did not ring true, somehow, and he was convinced that there was a more sensible, if more sinister, reason behind the whole affair. But the plot was so cleverly concealed! He wondered several times if, by any strange chance, he had crossed

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