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A TRAITOR UNMASKED

He was appalled at the revelations the Grand Duke had made. He had practically admitted responsibility for all these tragedies which had happened. Could he have had something to do with Carl's death too? Yes! Good Heavens that poisoned needle .
His right hand crept into his inner pocket for his automatic-he would sell his life dearly. He must attract the attention of the people outside-otherwise the Grand Duke's servants would simply hush up the whole affair and no one would be any the wiser-even Reutzheim did not know he was here.
The Grand Duke however, stood there hesitating. He half suspected that Royston was trying to bluff him ; on the other hand his own position was very precarious. He had not the wholehearted support of the people in high places in Bulkrania. His household were loyal enough, for they were all from his castle in Silesia. But he knew that if he shot Royston now, and it became known that he had a hand in it, he might prejudice his chance for the throne. But the world must never know about that affair in Vienna!-it might lead them to other things as well! How then could he silence this man who knew so much? A shot would be heard outside-perhaps Royston had really told someone he was coming here! If he were to disappear, his movements might be traced and people would talk. And then there was that fellow Ohligs. This was the real cause of the Duke's fear. Ohligs was one of the officials attached to his staff and was au fait with many of his affairs. For some time now he had been getting to know far more than was convenient. Of course, he only knew a particle of the real truth ; but he knew who Royston was ; and he knew, too, how to turn such evidence to his own account. Besides he was the Queen's friend-spy-Ferdinand believed. He hated

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