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CHAPTER V - GERRY DALTON

THE Colonel was far too excited at the time to notice anything wrong with his old friend ; which was a great pity. Perhaps, if he had tackled him there and then, he might have broken down that strange barrier of reserve between the Commander and the world in general which had already begun to assume such considerable proportions-and so prevented a terrible tragedy. But it was not to be ; and gradually the Commander crept farther into a shell of aloofness, till he became almost unapproachable. He seemed to be desperately afraid of something ; and he was at his worst when the police were around, seeking to solve the mystery of the two dead men.
It was about a week after Mrs. Commander sailed for the sunshine of the Equator that something happened which gave a new turn to the whole history of the case, and eventually resulted in the unmasking of a deadly and unscrupulous criminal. ...
The Colonel returned home to luncheon this notable day, as usual, to find his wife in quite an excited frame of mind.
" Guess who's lunching with us ? " she cried as she greeted him.
" Don't know, m'dear," he smiled good humouredly" Gerry Dalton," she informed him. The Honourable Gerald Dalton, was a very attrac
tive young man and this is why Madelaine Kenton

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