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CHAPTER VIII - A DOUBLE TRAGEDY

AS a matter of fact, Gerry Dalton never learned the whole truth concerning this super-man of the Imperial Secret Service, though he made a few very wild guesses later on. However, this was not his own fault ; and, just now, he had quite as much on his hands as one man could manage.
His instructions from the Yard showed that they regarded these things that were happening away in the north as a very serious matter-and Gerry himself could not help wondering if they had acquired some other information which they had not passed on to him. He knew that it was sometimes necessary, when the matter was of a special significance, to suppress certain facts, lest they became prejudicial. Such was the case in matters of National Defence-like Espionage ; or where " care " and " delicacy of treatment " were important, in case a Friendly Neighbour was unintentionally insulted. There were quite a number of reasons for such secretive action; but in this particular case, Gerry felt completely at sea. The two murders were evidently the work of the same man-but what was the reason for them ? They seemed very ordinary murders-yet that fact of finding them in the same spot was curious ! He could quite easily guess 'Why the coastguard had been murdered, for he had some' thing to protect-a definite purpose in being on guard of the river. But the other man was entirely unknown ; and no amount of investigation had brought

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