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CHAPTER XXX - FLIGHT

that history was made. And an idea took shape in the brain of young Bunny d'Harlecourt, the son of the Foreign Minister in the late Government-a young fellow who was later to be the hero of a score of battles in the air. For he learned through this coming adventure a trick he was one day to use to great advantage in the bloodiest war this world has ever known. ... When men came and went, to and from the enemy's lines, at dead of night, and only a faint sound of droning engines suggested a furtive landing by aeroplane.

The castle of the Comte de Faucelles stood on a high crag which towered several hundred feet into the air, and on one side it frowned down on a swift and angry torrent below. On the other sides, to right and left, rolled huge primxval forests of pine trees which had seen the light of heaven before man ever tried to build such things as castles ; whilst away from the main gate stretched a broad fertile plain, full of rich crops and luscious meadows. The castle itself had been built in early mediaeval days, when " civilisation " took the form of " Might." But succeeding generations had toned it down by making alterations and additions. So that now, although it still reared its formidable head proudly to the skies, it was very much more luxurious and comfortable inside.
This, then, was the place in which Molly Finch found herself at the end of that mysterious holiday trip with her father.
It seemed to her a lifetime since they had arrived there that night, after a whole day's journey from Berlin in the luxurious railway coach. By this time she knew that the story her father had told her about it all being a holiday, was quite false-though she realised with horror that her father himself certainly believed it to be the truth. Many times since they

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