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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"No. I let them. look through the whole place. They thought I was holding a woman up my sleeve."
" Hard to convince?" the lawyer asked, lifting the cover from the box.
" No," she said. "They were delightfully easy to convince. They figured it out that you'd told the detectives you'd sent the girl here. Therefore, they figured it was the last place on earth where she'd really be. Not finding her here was not only exactly what they expected, but gave them a chance to make their wisecracks."
Mason lifted the top layer of cotton from the box, took out six bloodshot glass eyes, which he spread on the desk, where they stared up unwinkingly.
" We've got Brunold's address?" he asked.
" Yes. It's in the file."
" Was there a telephone number?"
" I think so. I'll see."
She opened a file of card indexes and pulled out a card.
" Telephone?" he asked.
" Yes. It's here."
" Get him."
She looked at her wrist-watch, but Mason said impatiently, "Never mind the time, Go ahead and get him."
She plugged in a line, dialed a number, waited for

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