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" Yes! " he said whimsically. " I had a bit of a hand in things! But he certainly gave me a run for my money," he added ruefully.
" He was on my track all the time. One would almost have imagined he could read my thoughts. Dolores' death held me up in London, and gave him time to perfect his plans in Vienna-though how he knew I would stop there, I cannot say-unless it was that man in the restaurant car who suggested it to me. But, no! he couldn't possibly have arranged that !" Royston seemed to be arguing with himself. " But in the same mysterious way, he learned of my escape from the river, and made another attempt on my life by putting the needle in my chair at the hotel. Finally he actually shot me!"
Royston smiled as he thought of all his escapes from the toils of this slinking thing of evil.
They looked at him affectionately.
" You have done a magnificent piece of work, John," said Lord d'Harlecourt gratefully.
" Wonderful," echoed Her Majesty quietly.
There was a silence pregnant with meaning, which the ever impetuous Bunny shattered.
" Why did Bernaldi draw attention to himself that day, by asking us about Carl," he demanded. " That was the first thing to make us suspicious."
" Yes," answered Royston. " It seemed very foolish. But don't forget he was still a` raw recruit ' to the ranks of criminals ; and did not fully realise the mistake. You see," he went on, " Carl had been away at school since he was a boy. No one would ever recognise the young man of to-day, as the boy of then. Bernaldi was uneasy. So much depended on his theories being correct. Besides he wanted to know if the Prince were a popular young man, whom many people knew-It all

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