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CHAPTER II - SEEDS OF TRAGEDY

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Oh yes ! These two had no illusions concerning one another-they knew too much about each other for that ! But the present plight of this outcast grand duke was mainly due to the fact that his ambitious and wily cousin had secretly backed him up in as nasty a piece of work as any man could deviseand promised certain valuable support, which had not been forthcoming at the crucial moment. So that now he was a fugitive from the world. His heart still burned within him. He was not the sort of man to forget. . . !
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