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was to shriek `murderer' at Royston, as he stood there among the excited crowd which had by now collected from all over the hotel. Stone himself came in for a lot of suspicion, too, and it was with considerable difficulty that the local `man in blue' was persuaded I that they were actually Secret Service men.
Eventually Royston got away. He had missed his appointment with Prince Gustave by now but he did not intend to go on his mission without seeing this uncle of the unfortunate Prince Carl-though it meant the loss of yet another day.
There was one who had made good use of that lost time-though Royston did not know it!
The murder was a link in the chain! Royston felt that it had its definite place in the series of strange happenings taking place just now. Whether Michaelis had committed the murder, or whether it had been Ivan, he could not say. He could easily conceive that the unfortunate woman had learned too much of Michaelis' plans, and he had been forced to silence her in this way. Or that the wild passions of Ivan had gained the upper hand, and tragedy had followed (though Royston did not think the latter idea was much good-he had other thoughts about Ivan just now). There was the possibility that all his guesses were wrong. Was there not the stranger of the previous night to be accounted for?-a stranger who had been actually seen to enter the dead woman's rooms at z a.m.-and whose description could not be made to tally with anyone they knew? Certainly not with Michaelis. Michaelis, even without his beard would have shown straight and regular teeth-they were his one redeeming feature-but this man's mouth had quite turned Stone's blood cold with its wolfish cruel appearance. The stranger had called himself Schultz, though Royston

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