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MURDER

the path of that unknown being who haunted the fortunes of the Royal House of Bulkrania with such dread purpose.
He had not wasted his time, however, these last few days ; and he had learned one fact with great satisfaction. He had gone along to the address in Parker's Piece and found the house deserted. This quite settled the guilt of Ivan and his friend. Then, to-day, had come the confirmation of all his fears-the reward of all his efforts-But what a reward it was. ...
Ever since he had started to work on the case he had gradually been forming certain conclusions ; but they lacked motive. Such a lot depended upon whether the Prince had died naturally or not. The police enquiry had resulted in a verdict of `Natural Causes'; but Royston was not content with that. He determined to have further enquiries made. Eventually, he received permission to deal with things in his own way. First of all he examined the body of the Prince himself. He found no traces of foul play; but, in view of the fact that nothing had been discovered at the post mortem, he did not expect to. However, one thing caught his attention. It was a very small thing; but he considered it worth while enquiring into. Just where the Prince had worn his wrist watch, he saw a slight discolouration-as though it had been nipped by the gold wristband which the young man used to wear. Thinking this was all it was, the surgeon himself had dismissed it from his calculations ; but Royston decided otherwise. He was not merely seeking the cause of death like the doctor, he was trying to prove a theory!
Using the authority he held from the Home Secretary, he asked a well-known Professor of the University to make a special examination of this particular mark

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