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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"No. Drive around the block and let me out at the house."
" The man in the car behind," Mason said, "knows that you've seen him"
" I can't help that. Please do as I say. Please, at once!"
Mason drove the car around the block. The car which had been parked behind him switched on headlights and followed doggedly. Mason slid the car to the curb in front of Basset's residence, leaned across the woman and opened the door.
" If you want to consult me," he said, "I'll come in."
" No, no!" she half screamed.
A figure moved from the shadows, stepped up close to the car, and Hartley Basset said, "Did you, by any chance, have a rendezvous with my wife?"
Mason opened the door on his side of the car, got out, crossed around the rear of the car, and stood toe to toe with Hartley Basset.
" No," he said, "I didn't."
" Then," Basset said, "my wife must have arranged a meeting. Was she trying to consult you about some thing?"
Mason braced himself, feet wide apart.
" The reason I got out of the car," he said, "and walked over here, was to tell you to mind your own damned business."
The other car which had followed Mason had parked

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