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VERONICA TAKES A HAND

run and get help as fast as you can." It did not strike her at the time that she was both ordering a royal princess about in a most unceremonious fashion, as well as risking danger. Veronica did not think of danger now. Here was something she could do !
Princess Yolanda watched with a feeling of horror, strongly mixed with admiration. She wanted badly to follow too; but she realised how important a part she had to play by remaining outside.
Veronica soon passed through the ground floor rooms where Bunny and Ajax had come across the body of Michaelis and found the trap door. She went on still further through the gloomy building, and came out in a big airy shed, which much to her amazement housed a high-powered touring car. With her expert knowledge of cars, she saw that it was all ready for immediate use. Anyone wishing to slip away quickly, could do so in a matter of seconds ; for the wooden doors of the shed were only held by a swing bar and opened direct on to the road outside. This was an important discovery! She asked herself who was the man who kept a big powerful car like this, hidden in a derelict old mill-and kept it ready for instant use, too?
She was quite satisfied, now, that this was evidently where the boys had met their fate, whatever it was. She could feel the appeal of her lover hammering at her heart-it was all so clear to her. She felt the air of tragedy that lurked about the place. They had come exploring, and had met someone who had carried them off forcibly for some reason best known to himself. It all fitted in with the other things which had happened recently.
The police must have this information at once. Who did this mill belong to? Perhaps the owner could throw some light on things-if he would. At any rate, I

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