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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

the corridor. He paused in the doorway to say, "I know enough about legal ethics to know that you can't ever tell anyone anything that I've told you. If you tell the cops that I was out at Basset's place I'll have you disbarred and if you keep your mouth shut I won't have to tell anybody anything."
" But Mrs. Basset," Bertha McLane said, "knows, Harry, that you . . ."
He grabbed her arm and pushed her through the doorway.
" And Colemar knows of that shortage," Mason said, "to say nothing of Mrs. Basset. Don't forget that the police . . ."
" Aw, nuts to you," McLane said, and kicked the door shut.
Mason sat perfectly still, his eyes thoughtful, his fingers still making drumming noises upon the edge of the desk. The telephone rang three times before he changed his position. Then he swung abruptly about in his swivel chair, picked up the receiver and heard Paul Drake's voice saying, "My men have found her, Perry. She's at the Ambassador Hotel, registered under the name of Sylvia Lorton, and there are three police detectives watching her suite. They tailed her there last night. They've also got one of their operatives on duty at the switchboard. so they can listen in on any calls that go through the switchboard."
Perry Mason squinted his eyes thoughtfully.

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