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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Not yet, but I picked up this information from one of the boys who had been in touch with a newspaper man. I thought you should have it."
" Yes," Mason said, "I'm glad you gave it to me. Try and locate her just as quickly as you can."
He dropped the receiver back into place and turned to stare moodily at young McLane.
" Harry," he said, "you told me that someone who was very close to Hartley Basset was going to intercede to keep you from going to jail."
" Oh, forget it!" McLane said.
Mason turned to Bertha McLane and said, "I gave you a paper with my telephone number on it-the number of my apartment, where you could reach me after office hours. What did you do with it?"
Harry McLane took a quick step forward and said, "Don't . . ."
" Gave it to Harry," she said.
Harry McLane sighed. "You didn't have to tell him that," he said.
Mason turned back to the young man. "What did you do with it, Harry?"
" Kept it in my pocket for a while."
" And then what?"
" I don't know. Why the hell should I remember all those little things? I threw it away, I guess. I didn't have any more need to call you after I paid the old buzzard off. There wasn't any reason why I

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