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ing the very soul of her. For her it was almost as though the end of the world had come. What it meant to her mother she dared not think.
" Daddy ? Murdered ?" Mrs. Lya'1 scarcely breathed the words. A mist of utter incredulity had clouded her brain. She could not bring herself even to associate the two words, much less to believe them. The thing was too preposterously horrible for belief. The detective had made a ghastly mistake. Something was ludicrously, shockingly wrong.
" But-but, Mercia," she gasped. " In God's name, tell me what he told you. Daddy murdered -why, the very idea of it is imbecilic. Who on earth would want to murder him ? Why-it's absurd ; the man's mad."
And all the time she spoke the devils of doubt were gnawing at her very heart. The whole mass of that night's mysteries were piling up their forces in her brain to convince her that something very dreadful had happened.
" I-I believe it, mumsy." Mercia spoke dully, her eyes still looking fixedly ahead at the opposite wall. " I think I believed it the moment I opened my eyes this morning. There seemed to be something in the very air. I couldn't sleep. I didn't even want to stay in bed. And then the telephone bell-" She broke off helplessly and passed a trembling hand over her forehead.
" Tell me-tell me what he said," demanded

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