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CHAPTER XXIII - TREACHERY AND TRAGEDY

in those eyes of his which frightened her. Never had she realised, till now, that they were such things of horror. They seemed to look into her very soul and probe out her secret.
" You know that ?" she faltered. " But you will spare my husband the disappointment, won't you ? Now that I have to leave him, I want him to keep some good thought of me ; I don't want him to think I was quite so cruel as that !"
She could not restrain her tears, and the man beside her looked at her in frank amazement.
" What !" he cried. " You love him ? Madelaine, the pride of Paris-the dainty demoiselle of Maltain love with a doddering old idiot like that !"
If she had been determined before, to outwit him, she was all the more determined now. She knew that she was unworthy of the lye and affection the Colonel always showered on her in his good-natured, kindly way. All her love rose up within her and gave her strength. She would fight. Yes 1 fight for her honour and her husband's love !
" You know that our plans are going well, in other quarters," said the Comte, turning once more to the matters which really interested him. " Well, do not fail in your part of the scheme or else . . ." He paused. " Besides, if you succeed in this, we will free you-and your husband need never know. You won't have to leave him after all."
He had found the chink in her armour ! A loophole of escape which made her waver in her determination.

Of course, Gerry was not working on all these things unaided. Through Brewer he was always in constant touch with the work of the police both in Newcastle and Tynemouth-as well as in close connection with his own Chief at Scotland Yard. But as the police

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