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CHAPTER XXXIV - THREADS AND AU REVOIR !

"I REALLY don't know where to begin," said Gerry Dalton in rather a shamefaced way.
" Tell us how on earth you managed to reappear just at the right moment," said Lord Tankerton, smiling proudly at his son.
They were in the fine old library at Tankerton Castle. That exceptionally hot summer of 1914 was well into its stride and Brewer, who was among the select few gathered at the country seat of Gerry's father, could see the heat rising in wavy streaks from the grassy parkland which seemed to roll away into the distant mountains of Scotland. It was now four days since that intensely dramatic moment in No. 14 Priory Terrace, Tynemouth, when that Prince of Spies, the Comte de Faucelles (or The Devil's Apprentice, as Gerry preferred to call him), had been thwarted in the moment of victory. . . . The laden atmosphere was charged with more than summer heat-war was in the air !
" Yes, dear," said Molly Finch gently, " and then tell them how you rescued me from the clutches of those horrid men."
" And after that," added Royston smilingly, " perhaps you will tell us what it's all about."
" But, my dear fellow," cried Gerry modestly. " You can tell them as much as I can! "
" Go ahead, sir," advised Brewer, happily.
" Well," said Gerry, looking around him rather

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