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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

Drake, standing in the corridor, reported. "You've got to work fast."
" Are you," asked Perry Mason, "telling me?"
He took a sponge from the pail, touched the window over the fire escape, and gently worked the rubber blades which cleaned the window.
" All right," he said; "now for the fast stuff."
" You're certain the room's empty?" asked Drake.
" No," Mason said, "I'm not. We've got to take a chance on that. Stand up close to the door with your back toward it. Knock on the lower panels. Don't let him see that you're knocking."
The lawyer finished putting the polish on the window with a dry rag. Drake said, "Okay. I've knocked twice and got no answer."
" Think you, can get it open without too much fumbling around?"
" I think so. Let me study the lock a minute. Okay, I think I've got it. Let's go."
Drake took some keys from his pocket, selected one, inserted it in the door, twisted it into just the right position, put pressure on it, andheard the lock click back. He gave a muttered exclamation of satisfaction, and the two men entered the room.
" The one next to this, on the right?" Mason asked.
" That's right."
" You're sure that's the woman?"
" Virtually certain."

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