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CHAPTER VIII - A DOUBLE TRAGEDY

out any information concerning him. This, after nearly six months, was an alarming fact in itself.
The continued strange behaviour of the Commander worried Gerry a lot. Sometimes he had wondered if it was because he had gone the pace a bit in his younger days and that some of his past was finding him out. This would explain why he got rid of Mrs. Finch ; and again, seem so upset when Molly said she was coming home. Still, Gerry could not find this explanation satisfactory. There was some other reason for keeping his family out of the way.
He had often been bothered over the strange man he had seen on the pier. If it had not been the Commander (and it did not seem possible that it could have been) then, who was it? So far as he knew, the Commander had not a double. It was inexplicable. But the young man knew that these were the things he was here to find out.
A day or two after the dinner-party at Windsor Towers, Molly Finch arrived home at Priory Terrace, Tynemouth.
She was an attractive girl of nineteen and had inherited her father's blue eyes-only hers were of a slightly deeper shade. She had always been keen on outdoor sports ; and her rather tall athletic figure told of a good seat in the saddle and an all-round ability at games.
She and Gerry were old friends. It was natural, then, that he should call at the house the very same evening that she arrived-unexpected though her arrival was.
" You are a day ahead of your time," Gerry said, meetinthey had got over their first excitement of sinc g after so long. It was well over half a year since she had gone back to her finishing school in Brussels ; and Gerry thought he had never seen the time make such a difference in anyone before. She

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