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as he possibly could. He was re-forging the chain link by link-though even yet, he was not quite sure who would be at the other end of it.
He took the precaution of asking his uncle for a letter to the Ambassador suggesting that Lord Dalkinburgh should give him the required information about Bernaldi. Lord d'Harlecourt also put him up to seeing Prince Gustave.
" Don't go without seeing him," he advised. "He knows everyone, and he will give you a few personal introductions that will get you past officious secretaries and all sorts of tiresome regulations."
Royston thanked his uncle, and went to bed that night, very excited over his plans for the future. He had learned a lot of very interesting things in a very short time-'interesting' almost to the point of being unbelievable !
Next day he set off early for the Hotel Rheutberg near Russell Square. Here he managed to get a word with the detective who was acting the part of `boots'. The man had nothing new to report.
" But are you sure you have not had anyone here, lately, who seemed even the slightest bit suspicious? " he asked in desperation.
" There was a strange man here last night-an ugly devil he was too. Chatty sort of fellow though-asked me quite a lot of questions. Of course arriving as he did, only last night, he did not seem to come within the scope of your enquiries so I didn't bother much about him. He seemed to be after a man and a woman. Wanted to know if they ever stayed here, when they had been here last, and all that sort of thing. I suppose it's another case of the `unfaithful wife'!"
" So you were able to help him? " said Royston interested. "He told you what he was after?"

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