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explanation. Apparently, he himself had decided to accompany the envoys in person, and was unable to get away from his official duties for a day or two.
The new story left Delbury and his Chief in a fresh maze of speculation.
" Odd that ?" queried Delbury, fingering the missive.
The Chief was thumbing his chin.
" Devilish," he muttered. " There's something all wrong and rotten at the back of this, and for the life of me I can't make it out. Can't see the wood for the trees, I suppose. All that is clear is that Lazard is up to no good-but what his game really is, Heaven alone knows. I'm blessed if I can see how he can evade his own responsibilities.",
" Well, anyhow, the money got through to the Embassy all right," said Delbury relievedly. " It's off our hands for a few hours, anyway. Wonder what the Ghost thinks about this new development ?"
" He probably occasioned it," said the Chief dryly ; and he never knew how square on the bull he was.
" Still, he gives himself till midnight," mused the Inspector.
" Is Shaughnessy back yet ?" asked the Chief, after a little interval.
" Came in about twenty minutes ago. He is making out his report now."
" Has he anything worth putting in writing ?"

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