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happened to him, he said nothing more about the keys for the moment. After all, the bolt on the door would be quite sufficient. It was all that kept them in now ! Besides the door was self-locking.
They shuffled off once more, and Veronica breathed more freely. These keys-of what use were they? One thing had given her infinite pleasure and joythe boys were not only here, but they were safe and sound-they needed exercise. Not only this, but the `Master,' whoever he was, was away! What luck! With these keys, and a little more care, they might manage to escape after all!
Then she looked out of the window. The garden outside was blazing with beautiful flowers. The setting sun played with the water flashing from a dainty fountain nearby. It was `peace' combined with `beauty!' Then her heart stood still! Three young forms had appeared from round a clump of delphiniums! Two of them, she loved very dearly-Bunny and Ajax -but the third! She could not believe her eyes-for with the two boys was Carl, Prince of Bulkrania! She almost gave the show away in her excitement. Could it really be Carl?-or-(and the thought struck a dull blow) that fellow Ivan ! They were so very much alike! Here was a sad reaction to her burst of joy! Ivan-the valet who had disappeared so strangely! Yes, but Bunny and Ajax were arm in arm with him! What did it all mean . . . ? But first of all, she had to find out where they were hidden away. What lay behind those delphiniums? For half an hour, she had to wait. At the end of this time, the man she had seen in the room came along, and with every sign of respect to the three boys, conducted them away. Through the open window Veronica heard their merry voices die in the distance and leave the garden empty.

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