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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"How about flattery? How about someone making love to her? She's a woman, you know, and a mighty attractive one at that."
-Mason's shake of his head was accompanied by a frown.
" You worry about the things that concern you," he said. "I'll worry about the things that concern me."
Brunold started toward the door through which he had entered.
" You can," Mason said, "get out this other way. This door leads directly to the corridor. ..?'
He broke off as the telephone bell on his private line rang insistently. He scooped the receiver to his ear, and heard Della Street's voice on the other end of the line.
" There's a Miss Bertha McLane here, Chief. She has a younger brother with her-a Harry McLane. They seem to be pretty much excited. She won't tell me the nature of her business. She's been crying, and the brother is surly. They look promising. Will you see them?"
" Okay," he told her; "I'll see them in a minute," and dropped the receiver back into position.
Brunold, half-way through the door, said, "I left my hat in this other office. I'll have to go out that way."
He turned toward the outer office, stiffened suda~ riy and said, "Hello, Harry; what the devil are you doing here?

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