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`married him, would have killed his love for ever. She had not dared risk that. Besides, had this Apprentice of Hell not told her she should keep her husband if she did the thing he commanded ?
Then a new thought came to her-she was grasping at straws now-would Royston be able to save her ? -She asked herself the question in desperation....

Royston came away in a somewhat happier frame of mind. He had learned some very important things. Somehow or other, he felt that the end was in sight. But he had the same uncomfortable feeling that Gerry used to get-that there still lay something horrible underneath everything.
It was his aim now to catch the bogus Comte-but that elusive man had already completely disappeared. It was little short of miraculous how he seemed to nose out that people were on his trail. All the way through he seemed to have retreated from one line of trenches to another-and on each occasion in plenty of time !
I'es ! Royston felt uncomfortable. If the end were in sight, he still did not know what that end would be.
That cleverly planned affair at Sir Robert Gill's and the consequent stealing of the important plans were still to be dealt with-though he felt that this matter was part and parcel with finding the Comte de Faucelles. Gerry's notes concerning the affair at ThomsonWentworth's and the fake policeman and lorry-driver were very carefully tabulated among the notes ; and with Brewer's help he had made a further careful study of them on his arrival in the north only a few hours before.
He sat back now in the car which was fast bearing him from the Kentons' house back to Newcastle, and his mind was asking many questions. The Comte had

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