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CHAPTER XII - DIFFICULTIES

WHEN Molly was unburdening her troubles to Gerry she did not beat about the bush at all. There was no need for her to hide her thoughts and suspicions from him. The result was that she said some pretty hard things about everything as it appeared to her. An amazing suspicion had begun to form in her mind as she talked to Gerry. It was so alarming, so utterly fantastic, that for a moment she hesitated to tell him what it was.
That moment's hesitation was fatal !
She had just decided to tell Gerry everything, when she felt a hand placed over her mouth, whilst another gripped the telephone receiver. She was held in a grip of iron. The man, whoever he was, had the strength of ten. Though he held her with one hand only, she was unable to move. But he did not need to bother much. The evening had been a severe test to her endurance, and for the second time since she had met Herr Durkheim that night, she fainted away. . . ,
When she opened her eyes, she found herself in an extremely well-furnished bedroom. She was lying on a very comfortable bed, still dressed in the frock she had been wearing all the evening. By her side was a table with a tea-tray set out, and a small spirit stove was keeping a silver kettle steaming gently on its stand. It was quite light, as she could see by the tall windows from which the heavy curtains had been

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