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CHAPTER XXXIII - THE CLIMAX

five years ago. Oh yes ! This has been on the carpet for a long time."
Once more he peeped through the curtains. The old abbey stood silhouetted grim and gaunt against the moonlit sky. For some reason known only to himself, he shuddered slightly as he looked at it. It had flashed across his mind what that place stood for, even in its ruined state it still reached upwards to Better Things-High Ideals-Beauty-Love-and all the things that might have been! Too late-he had sold his soul to the Devil !
But this mood did not last long. The time was getting shorter, and his plans were coming rapidly to a head. The atmosphere grew more and more tense. The six men were already strained to breaking-point.
` And you, my friends," this man of blood went on. " You have carefully worked out everything ? Ah yes, I know we have discussed them, but I feel a little anxious. I have been so busy with my own part of the business-the rest I have had to leave to you. We cannot risk any hitch. One little mistake nowand the whole scheme fails. If the slightest thing goes wrong to-night, the tide of the war may be turnedand turned against us ! But no ! it cannot be," he cried vehemently.
They saw his face flushed with excitement. For months they had worked secretly with this man-for months they had never seen the slightest sign of emotion on his face. Only once or twice had they noticed his eyes flash with pent-up hate. And what eyes they were ! Not one of them but feared to look into them !
" One more toast !" cried this extraordinary man. " The moment is near. At this very second the lieutenant is leading the Russian through the castle yard. Fill the glasses, Frederick," he said to the

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