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CHAPTER XIII - THE TYNE DEFENCES

picture gallery she had been tortured by a terrible fear. When Herr Durkheim had taken Molly Finch away to show her his paintings, she had experienced a pang or two of jealousy lest this girl from the finishing school should have found more favour than she had, in the eyes of their host. But now ! She would give everything she had never to have seen the man ! Before that talk in the picture gallery, she had been as sure of herself as a self-contained woman could possibly be -and that was saying a pretty good deal ! All the time, whilst trying to make the most of her opportunities, she had been blinding herself to facts. She had never thought that the day would come when she would have to pay the price for her foolishness. Though it came about in an unusual way.
She knew now that this man had learned her awful secret, and since last night she had not known a moment's peace. It was terrible ! Her mind was seething-and worse than anything was the doubt as to what use he would put that knowledge. Would he give her away to her husband, and show that trustlng man that she was only a heartless and scheming creature after all ?
Already he had begun to assert authority over her. " You will do as I wish," he had said. He had not been slow to press home his advantage ; and when she had gasped out in the paroxysm of her first fears, " What do you want ?"-he had the answer prepared.
And now she had already begun to pay the price of his silence.
She did not know whether she could go through with it_it was too terrible. . . !
" It was rather sudden of the Count to thrust himSelf on us like this," the Colonel was saying as they a~'aited his coming that afternoon.
" Well, dear," replied Madelaine Kenton, bracing

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