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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"What happened to the mask?" Mason asked.
" She tore it off. It was a paper mask-black paper."
Mason, down on his hands and knees, pulled a sheet of carbon paper from the floor. Eye holes had been cut in it, one corner was torn off. The paper was ripped down the center.
" That's it," she said. She struggled to a sitting position, then got to her feet.
" I saw his face." She swayed. The red-headed woman stretched out a muscular arm just a second too late. The girl pitched forward, throwing her hands in front of her. The palms rested against the diamondshaped plate glass panel of the outer door. . The redheaded woman shifted her grip, picked the younger woman up as though she had been a doll, and laid her back on the couch.
" Oh, my God," moaned the young woman.
Mason bent over her, solicitously. "All right?" he asked.
She smiled wanly. "I guess so. I got dizzy when I got up, but I'm all right now."
" This man had one eye?" Mason asked.
" Yes," she said, her voice growing stronger.
" No, no!" Sylvia Basset said, her voice almost a moan.
" Let her tell it," Dick Basset said savagely. "Everyone else keep out of it."
" Did he hit you more than once?" Mason asked.

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