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MURDER

a needle which the microscope revealed ; and why the sudden death of an otherwise perfectly healthy young man? There was not the slightest trace of any disease about the body-so Doctor Jones assured me; and he is a very clever man, you know."
" Thank you, Professor: You have opened up a tremendous field of possibility," said Royston rising. "But you have also confirmed my own suspicions."
" Really now," said the Professor absently. "Please let me know if I can be of any further use to you."
Royston took his leave, satisfied that at last he had something definite to go upon. It was clear to him now that the murder was the work of the cool calculating brain of one who had backed on the fact that his poison would leave no trace. And he had very nearly got away with it ! It was quite evident, too, that he was in touch with everything that went on in the Prince's life-he had known about the ball in London (Royston believed that he was responsible for the drugging) and he had known about the ball at Trinity. He was someone who knew all about the geography of the college, too-for look how he managed to get in and steal the letters and make his escape again. Who could this be? Immediately came the answer, Ivan ! It was as clear as day to Royston now. ... He had never met the Prince alive, but he could picture that dreadful night. How Carl would arrive back from the ball-tired and fed up (he had heard of Veronica's engagement to Ajax, and how Carl had seemed to be interested in her, himself). How he would seek his rooms, perhaps dejected and disappointedflinging off his evening clothes, eager for rest. Then how, as the slim young form slipped in between the cool sheets, a waiting man would be fingering the evil syringe, itching to press it home to do its deadly work.

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