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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

McLane boy means nothing to me, but the sight of him brings up certain ideas that..."
He stepped into the corridor, stopping abruptly in mid-sentence. The door slammed behind him.
Perry Mason turned to Della Street.
" Get Paul Drake," he said, "of the Drake Detective Bureau, right away. Keep those two people waiting until after I've had a chance to see Drake. Tell Drake to come down to the corridor door and knock. I'll let him in."
She slipped through the door to the outer office, saying to the waiting couple, "Mr. Mason is busy, but he'll see you in a few minutes."
Perry Mason lit a cigarette, started thoughtfully pacing the office. He was still pacing up and down when a tap sounded at the exit door which led to the corridor. Mason threw back the spring lock, opened the door, and nodded to a tall individual with glassy eyes, and a mouth which was twisted into an expression of droll humor.
" Come in, Paul," he said, "and get an earful of this."
The lawyer took from his pocket the glass eye which Brunold had given him, and passed it over to Paul Drake.
The detective examined it curiously.
" Know anything about glass eyes, Paul?"
" Not very much."

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