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CHAPTER XXIV - ROYSTON GOES ABROAD

Of course, he might be the legitimate heir to the title after all.
There seemed to be a sinister significance too in the fact that the Comte had Silesian estates. Gerry was not quite sure why ; but that torpedo boat destroyer had gone up the Elbe-and that was surely the way to Silesia ! He did not stop to wonder what a German count should want with Molly or anything else. The fact was there and would have to be investigated.
He began to feel that his imagination was running away with him in his anxiety about Molly. This idea was too fantastic ! Still, it was worth while enquiring into. This was the business of Headquarters, and it did not take Gerry long to ring them up and tell them so.
" All right," was the reply over the wire. " We'll get some enquiries made over there for you. ..."
And now there comes into this amazing tangle of things an equally amazing man. Two days after Gerry had asked H.Q. for help, Royston was sitting in a" first smoker " on the Trans-Continental Express from Paris to Milan and Trieste.
Somewhere under thirty, and very pleasant looking, he had an open and attractive countenance ; yet those smiling eyes of his could look serious when the occasion demanded.
There was something about him which always inspired confidence. This was a good asset to him, for ever since leaving the 'Varsity he had been at Scotland Yard. His godfather, the Chief Commissioner, had been responsible for this ; and often gave him certain " jobs " to try him out. At last, he had crowned his career by the unmasking of this very man who was causing Gerry such a lot of thought-the Grand Duke Ferdinand. Of course, that is another Story,' but it had justified his being chosen for the

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