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MADELAINE PUT TO THE TEST

ROYSTON was horrified to arrive at Lord Tankerton's house in Eldon Square and find that Gerry Dalton was dead. They had brought in his body from the summer-house, where a servant attracted by the barking of his dog had found him, and had laid it on the bed in his own room.
It was a terrible tragedy, and though Lord Tankerton took it very bravely, he was quite overcome. On top of his unfortunate experience in Bosnia, Royston could not help feeling that things were going very badly against him, though he realised that it was a good thing he had been able to arrive on the scene in time to carry on the now desperately important work. It was more vital than ever, that this monster should be tracked down and unmasked. He was well posted with the whole of Gerry's activities up in the north, for that thorough young man had regularly made detailed reports of his progress. Every detail had been carefully noted and sent to London. Thus Royston was quite in touch with the whole situation-and knew much more about it than even Brewer did. He had an additional doubtful advantage over Gerry, because he knew that with the Grand Duke Ferdinand's death the Comte de Faucelles had ceased to exist. After all, he had indirectly been the cause of it. And although he did not know the scoundrel had survived the accident, it served its Purpose ; for the one man he now desired to see was the man who called himself Comte !

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