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CHAPTER XXXIV - THREADS AND AU REVOIR !

" But it was really you who suggested it in your wire from Berlin," said Royston.
" Yes, p'raps it was," said Gerry modestly. " You see I was so often brought up to the same point that at last it became absolutely necessary to go down and test my theory. Though, mind you, I did not expect you were going to find a cable ! If you remember, those bodies were thrown up by the sea-none of them proved to have died by drowning-all landed at the same spot-Frenchman's Haven. Then Molly's box was found there too. I found out by examining the chart that a current or eddy worked in a certain circle round that very spot.
" But it completely passed my notice at the time that the cave, which went under Durkheim's house, was also within the same sphere of influence. It was only as we fled back from Silesia that it suddenly jumped out of my subconscious mind. The time I explored it I could not get very far in, because the whole place was full of water-and it was only a narrow tunnel at that. I suppose the cable must have been down under the water and I could not see it. I made my survey at night too, remember."
" That was when we thought there were spies about," said Colonel Kenton, who with his wife had been sitting very quietly. They had gone through a terrible ordeal together, but were quite happy in their newly found love.
" Yes," said Gerry. " The man you took for the Commander was no less a person than Durkheim, made up as the Commander in one of his remarkable feats of disguise. He was an expert at such matters. We have found his room at 14 Priory Terrace-it would astonish you to see it. It is completeness and efficiency personified. There, on their pegs and shelves, you can see the ' Swede Bernotte '-the Master's Mask-the Comte de Faucelles and Herr Durkheim himself."

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