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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"My nerves are all upset. I'm going away for a few days until this thing straightens out."
Mason tightened his lips and said, "You poor little fool, were you trying to take a run-out powder?"
She said, "Well, what if I was?"
" That," he told her, "is exactly what they're trying to get you to do. Flight is an indication of guilt. It's something that can be proved in a case the same as any other fact."
" They'd never catch me-not where I'm going."
" They'd catch you," he said, "before you went there, with a ticket in your pocket."
" Don't fool yourself," she said. "I'd be too smart for that-only I'm not running away. I just don't want . . : '
" Listen," he told her. "There's a police detective in the hall, watching the door of your room. There's another one in the lobby and one at the elevators. The police have put in a special operator at the switchboard. You've been shadowed, your son has been shadowed, and all of your telephone conversations have been over
heard. Now . . :"
She clutched her hand to her throat.
" Good heavens!" she exclaimed. "Do you suppose . . . ?"
" Give me the low-down," he interrupted. "What happened after I left?"

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