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CHAPTER XVII - THINGS HAPPEN !

still persisted that it was only a holiday and that the carrying off and blindfolding were only part of a joke. But he would not say whose joke it was.
Molly was very uneasy. This explanation was too lame-it did not satisfy her. She knew that people do not charter special steamers and have motor-cars waiting, and hire private luxury coaches on express trains just for a joke !
She was certain that her father was being duped by someone, and she was almost just as sure that she knew the reason for it. But she could not understand the necessity for this wild journey. There could only be one explanation-the one that had offered itself on the boat-that someone wanted the Commander out of the way for some evil purpose or other. Yes ! But
then, what about herself, she wondered ? The answer came again quickly-because if they had left her behind she would have given the show away. Still, if all they wanted was her father's secret, why was there all this excitement ? They had him completely in their power already-the journey seemed unnecessary. There was something more than just wanting his secret ! And with this disturbing conclusion in her mind she tumbled into a troubled sleep, wondering who was behind this elaborate scheme.
Whilst Molly was puzzling about her astounding adventure, Gerry Dalton was beginning to realise that there was something wrong somehow about her unpremeditated trip. It had been sprung on her ! He was quite sure she had not known about it when she was speaking to him that night after the dinner at Durkheim's, though he could not be sure that anything was actually wrong until he had given her time to write and explain. That time had more than gone by now ; and he decided definitely to see the Commander

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