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A TRAITOR UNMASKED

the hands of Count Reutzheim. If you shoot me, he will suspect things. But surely this is all a joke; Your Highness has undoubtedly an explanation!" He was playing for time and opportunity. A look of doubt flashed across the Duke's face, and he saw he had scored a point. If only this man could keep his temper. But he had misjudged his man. Once again the look of fury replaced the doubt in the evil face.
" You would hoodwink me, would you," he cried. "Michaelis thought he could do that-Michaelis and his puppet Ivan-with his drugged wine-his stolen letters ! He pitted his brains against mine! Fool! Well, he is dead," he said shrugging his shoulders, and your friends Lord Valentine and Ajax! "
Royston's heart almost stopped beating. What was he saying now? Bunny and Ajax-what had happened to them?
" What do you mean?" he cried, terrified out of his attitude of quiet composure.
" Ah! I thought that would arouse you," smiled the other ; he was happiest when he saw others suffer.
" Well! my friend ! They are in a certain house not so very far away from Cambridge. Never mind how I know," he laughed, showing his wolfish teeth. "But they are safe till I decide what is to be done with them. Did you ever explore the old mill at Granchester? How stupid of you! Why! it holds the key to the whole situation! But come-we have been fooling long enough now. You must die." He toyed with the revolver he had picked up from the desk again.
Royston knew that death was very near now. His bluff was called, and there would be no one to deny the Grand Duke's story of an attack on his life ; because as a matter of fact, he had not left any letter with the Chief of Police at all.

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