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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Because before you get done, you're going to want someone to help you. You've got a chance to tell me the truth now. You may not have later on. You may be inside, looking out."
" They've got nothing on me."
" You think they haven't."
" No one except you knows I was out there tonight."
" Mrs. Basset knows it."
" Of course, but she isn't a fool."
" Colemar," Mason said, "saw someone running away from the house. He knows who it was. He won't tell me. Was it you?"
Brunold's jaw sagged. "Recognized him?" he said. "That's what Colemar claims." "But he couldn't. He was too far away, and I..."
" Then it was you Colemar saw."
" Yes, but I didn't think Colemar could see me. He was across the street. I'd swear I saw him first. I kept my head turned away so he couldn't recognize me."
" What were you running for?"
" I was in a hurry."
"Why?"
" Because I knew Sylvia-Mrs. Basset-had tel-phoned for you. I didn't want to be anywhere around when you came."
" Look here," Mason said; "could you stand up to a rigid questioning and cross-questioning by the police?"

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