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sacrifices that would have to be made, and the lives that would be lost.
" Well, we all did our best," said Gerry. "And you, Royston, cannot possibly be blamed for those two murders at Serajevo."
" I'm not so sure about that," said Royston. " But one thing is certain-when this affair leaks out, you will be a National Hero ! Don't you realise that you prevented the total annihilation of the Home Fleet and saved the blotting out of our Expeditionary Force ? You have put the clock back long enough for England to make her plans. Because she has had four days more than the others-and England is going to be the deciding factor in this terrible war ! Oh ! What would I not give to get even with this Devil's Apprentice who has engineered it all! "
Little did he know that his chance was to come 1 -and that he would one day be the means of helping to rid the world of an incredibly inhuman monster. ...
He would have called it " Fate." ...
But it is a great pity he had never heard about the old, old Chinese priest . . . and the goddess who never forgets. . . . !

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