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CHAPTER XXIV - ROYSTON GOES ABROAD

and Gerry's story was most confusing when he believed he had just been talking to the very man who was supposed to be dead.
" He was very like him, sir," he said at last. " And he had our pass-card and his own keys."
" Quick !" cried Gerry. " Did he go down to the strong-room ? "
" Yes, he did," was the answer.
Gerry groaned.
" Get Sir Horace French on the 'phone and ask him to come along here," he said to a man standing near. " We must see inside that safe. But," he added as if to himself, "where am I to find this devilish monster. . . ? "
Next morning, when he was back in his den looking at his morning mail, he recalled the final incidents of the night before. Brewer's chase had been hopeless from the beginning and he never caught the other man up. Sir Horace had arrived as soon as he could on receipt of the urgent message, but he had only confirmed what Gerry was already sure of-that the Queen Mab's plans had gone ! Things were looking very black indeed. This Apprentice of Hell, who called himself the Master, was winning all along the line. And yet, behind it all, Gerry was conscious of an impression that there was yet another and more horrible scheme to be perpetrated. This strange and amazingly clever scoundrel had stolen the secrets of the Navy-its ships and its guns-and yet . . . there were definite traces of something even more serious still. What (Gerry asked himself in desperation), would this awful thing turn out to be ? He gave it up and turned to the morning mail.
He went quickly through the heap of letters before him, in the hope that there would be a line from Molly. He could hardly believe that she had gone away on a warship. The idea he had once had, of connecting

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