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THE BREAK IN THE NET

Much valuable time had already been lost. It was nearly two days since Royston had been ruthlessly shot, and the Grand Duke had disappeared. The police were almost frantic ; and the Prime Minister, who had been prepared for almost anything after the Queen's letter, was in a state of mind bordering on collapse.
But the Chief of Police himself was ready to deal with any emergency. Connection had been established with Scotland Yard by right of International Police Regulations, and the Queen informed of the amazing affair at Sokia. Meanwhile, a look-out had been ordered in every capital of Europe. So far, no trace had been found of the Grand Duke, but his big high-powered car was missing, as was his personalservant, a strong cossack who was more of a bodyguard than a valet.
Royston told Hs story to an almost incredulous audience composed of the Prime Minister, the Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Admiral Roote. Count Reutzheim was there of course, and his amazement was almost ludicrous to behold.
" But where is this devil hiding himself now? " asked Stron when Royston had finished.
It was the question they all were asking themselves. Where was this human fiend's secret lair? What next would he do, now that all his planning and plotting in Sokia had come to such an ignominious end? Who was his agent in England? Royston had never ceased to ask himself that question. Who was the man, so much in the Grand Duke's power, that he would steal letters, drug wine or murder people, without the least compunction? Royston, of course, naturally connected all these things ; and decided that they were all the work of one man. But what man?

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