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CHAPTER XIII - THE TYNE DEFENCES

" They seem pretty useless sort of murders," said Brewer. "Do you think we are dealing with a lunatic ? "
" No! " said Gerry quietly. " We are dealing with a very clever man. Someone who has been just a bit too clever, I think. Though I don't know yet who that 'someone' is ; or how to make this clue fit in."
" You are thinking about the Commander, sir," suggested Brewer.
" Yes ! I want to know why I mistook the man I saw on two occasions, for him," was Gerry's reply.
" I suppose it wasn't someone very like him," said Brewer. " Someone with a beard whom one could mistake for him in the dark. But after all, the Commander's behaviour has been very strange lately. Look at that night Panton died, how he came back to the office-I'm sure he was mixed up in some way with that affair."
" Well, Brewer, if things don't straighten out before long, we will have to make a charge against him," said Gerry thoughtfully. " But I still think it is only through the Commander that we will find the man behind all this."
" By the way, sir, you asked for a report about the Comte de Faucelles," said Brewer, suddenly remembering something. " I looked him up. His title seems to be quite in order ; and there's a lot about
him in the Almanack de Gotha. I have left a slip in
the place, if you want to read about him."
" Oh, that can wait now you've checked him off," said Gerry. " I only wanted to make sure about him. We cannot afford to neglect any unknown quantities. He had a very good introduction to a friend of mine, as it was ; but I thought we had better verify his bona fides. Is he still at the Station Hotel in New
castle ? "

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