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CHAPTER XV - THE CUNNING OF A FIEND

THE unhappy Molly spent the next two days uneventfully at sea, wondering desperately what it was all about.
At the same time Gerry was not letting the grass grow under his feet. He was very uneasy concerning her, especially as the Commander was so queer just now. He had not seen Molly's father since the night he had called ; but he had not overlooked the significance of this hurried return to Brussels.
Beyond any doubt, the Commander wanted to be left alone for some reason or other ; and that was why he had packed his wife off on a six-months' cruise and sent his daughter back to school, in spite of the fact that she had finished her course there. But what could the reason be ? As for Molly, Gerry had not actually begun to suspect any real danger to her ; though he anxiously waited word of her safe arrival in Brussels. Hasty though her departure had been, he still had reason to expect an explanation from her, as soon as she had time to write.
Meanwhile, his time had been fully occupied.
The discovery of Erik's body on that tragic strip of sand had only added to a mystery that had worried him for some time now. It seemed so unreasonable -so utterly absurd-that on three separate occasions a dead body should be cast up by the sea on one particular spot ; and that each one must have been put into the sea after death, at oy near the same place !

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