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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

said, "Yes, who is it, please?" listened a moment, then cupped her hand over the mouthpiece and stared at Perry Mason with eyes that held a glint of amusement.
" Know where your car was found?" she inquired.
" No. Where?"
" Parked in front of the police station. The traffic department's on the line. They say the car has been in front of a fire plug ever since two o'clock this morning. They're inquiring whether it had been stolen."
Perry Mason winced.
" That," he said, "is once they've got me dead to rights. Tell them no, that the car wasn't stolen, that I must have inadvertently left it parked in front of the fire plug."
She took her hand away from the mouthpiece, passed the information into the telephone, then once more cupped her hand over the mouthpiece.
" And," she said, "it's in a twenty minute parking zone. They've been putting tags on the car at twenty minute intervals ever since nine o'clock this morning."
Mason said, "Give one of the boys a blank check. Send him down to square the thing and pick up the car. Tell him not to do any talking. Can you imagine the crust of the little devil? Taking the car down and parking it directly in front of the police station!"
" Do you think she did it, or do you think the cops picked her up and had her drive down to the station?"
" I don't know."

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