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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

close to the, curb. A tall, thin man who walked with a quick, cat-like step, opened the car door, started toward Mason, then, as he heard the tone of Mason's voice, turned back to the car, took something from a side pocket in the door and walked rapidly toward the lawyer, approaching him from the rear. The headlights gleamed on a wrench which he held in his right hand.
The lawyer swung around so that he faced both men. Mrs. Basset ran up the steps to the house, slammed the door shut behind her.
" Do you birds," Mason asked ominously, "want to start something?"
Basset looked over at the tall man with the wrench. "That's all, James," he said.
Mason stared at them steadily, then said slowly, "You're damn' right that's all."
He turned to his own car, slid behind the wheel, and kicked in the clutch. The pair behind him stood watching him, silhouetted against the headlights of the parked car.
The lawyer swung his car into a skidding turn and straightened into swift speed as he hit the main boulevard.
He braked the car to a stop when he came to a drug store, walked to the telephone booth, dialed a number, and, when he heard Bertha McLane's anxious voice, said, "It's all off."

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