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At that moment a manservant came in, bringing some letters and a telegram on a salver.
" For you m'sieur" said Count Reutzheim. "Pray make yourself at home-use my desk there."
Royston went over to the desk which the Count indicated, and sat down. He opened the case carefully and turned his letters over thoughtfully. The one he hoped for, from Paris, had not yet arrived. He was wondering what part Bernaldi played in all this. Such a lot depended on who that mysterious man turned out to be. A man of influence and power, no doubt-or the Ambassador would not have been so anxious to help him. The more Royston thought it over, the more he realised that the owner of the Priory had something more than mere companionship in his mind, when he sought so energetically to know Carl.
There was however, a report from Police headquarters. It gave proof beyond doubt that the woman he had last seen lying dead on the bed of the London hotel was Dolores, the wife or companion of Michaelis. Royston could not understand what Michaelis was doing that he had allowed this to happen. Of course there was a chance that he may have done it himself because she had learned too much ! But no!he had sent word that she was coming with him and Ivan to their house just outside Sokia. It was certain that the three intended to return. Something had occurred to prevent that plan being carried out! and Dolores was the one who had paid the price. Royston recalled now that the man seen going into her room had been clean-shaven-'Clean-shaven,' he thought. Yes ! like the man who trapped him in Vienna ! He gave a grunt of disgust at the way his thoughts were leading him-they were too absurd for any-

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