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knew that indicated nothing at all. Anyhow, things were moving now, and he had no doubt that, before long, he would arrive at the solution he sought so eagerly. He intended to get off as quickly as he could now to Sokia, leaving the local police to investigate this latest development.
His thoughts turned back to Cambridge. Little did he know that the same deadly force that had so recently made itself felt here in London had already accomplished so much at the old mill near Granchester ! It was strange, he thought, that a sordid crime like this should be part of a plot that had been woven about a future King !
Now he remembered Prince Gustave.
He found him willing enough to help him, and he wished he dared take the old Ambassador more into his confidence concerning the fate of Carl. However he confirmed several important points of his theory, and put in a very useful hour. And he came away more sure than ever that the whole business was all connected in one mysterious scheme.
Poor Carl's death-the letters-the drug-IvanParsons-Michaelis-yes ! and poor Dolores too! But who was the Power behind the scheme ? His reasoning convinced him that these things had a definite sequence -and that the cause did not lie in England, on the peaceful banks of the Cam, but away back in that far off foreign capital, where a people had been waiting so long for their King.
Prince Gustave had told him of the unrest that always fermented and seethed under the hearthstone of Bulkranian political life. How a secure succession would mean such a lot to the peace of the nation. He told Royston too, of many other influential parties who would like to seize the power for their own ends.

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