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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

Mason crossed the office in four swift strides, caught Brunold by the shoulder of his coat, jerked him back. "You wait here," he said. "This is a law office,. not a club room. I don't want my other clients to see you, and I don't want you to see my other clients."
He pushed his head through the door and said, "Della, bring this man his hat."
When Della Street brought in Brunold's hat, Mason signaled her to close the door.
" Who was it?" he asked Brunold.
" Just young McLane," Brunold said, trying to be casual.
" Know him?"
" Just slightly."
" Know he was coming here?"
" No?"
" Know his business here?"
" No."
" Then what made you turn pale?"
" Did I turn pale?"
" Yes?"
" I don't know why I did it. Young McLane is nothing to me."
Mason put his hand on Brunold's shoulder. "Well," he said, "you can go out this way, and . . . Good heavens, man, you're shaking like a leaf!"
" Just nervousness," Brunold said, breaking away and lunging through the door to the outer corridor. "That

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