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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

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" Did she say what about?" he asked.
" No, she didn't say. . . . I've sent one of the boys down to pick up your car. Paul Drake telephoned and wants to see you at your convenience."
" Tell Paul to come on in," Mason said. "Let me know as soon as Bertha McLane gets here. If the police haven't got the Fenwick girl, she'll probably call up sometime today. She may use a phoney name. So if any mysterious woman tries to get in touch with me, be sure that you take the message and get the lowdown on it_ You can bc tactful but insistent.
" Tell Paul Drake to come directly to my, private office. I'll let him in. When I buzz for you, come in and take notes."
He slipped the receiver back into place, read half a column in the newspaper, and then heard a tapping on the door which led to the corridor. He opened it, and Paul Drake, his face set in its fixed expression of droll humor, entered the room.
Mason looked at him shrewdly and said, "You look as though you'd had a good night's sleep last night."
" Well," Paul Drake told him, "I got darn near twenty minutes."
" Where did you get it?" Mason asked, pressing the buzzer summoning Della Street.
" In the barber's chair this morning. I wish you'd

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