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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"I presume," he said, "that if I should go over to see her, the detectives would close in on her and make the arrest right now."
" Sure," Paul Drake 'said cheerfully. "All they're doing is giving her plenty of rope, hoping that she'll hang herself. They'll try to stampede her into making a break if she keeps sitting tight. But, with her son calling her and spilling information over the telephone, the cops will have her where they want her by midnight."
Perry Mason said slowly, "Paul, I've got to see that woman without the police knowing it."
" Not a chance in a million," Drake told him. "You know the game the police are playing as well as I do."
Perry Mason said slowly, "Have you made a check on the location of the fire escapes, Paul?"
" No, I haven't been out there myself. I'm taking reports from a man who's on the ground. Do you want him to do it?"
" No," Mason said. "Get your hat on, Paul, and meet me at the elevator. We're going out together."
The detective groaned and said over the telephone, "I knew you were going to get me in jail sooner or later."
" Any time I get you in," Perry Mason said grimly, "I'll get you out. Get your hat, Paul."
He slammed the receiver back into place.

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