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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

there'd be a scene when fie found out. I wanted her to tell him. I thought she'd make a good impression."
" How many at the house knew she was married to Dick?"
" None of them. Overton, the chauffeur, brought her to the house from the station. He thought she was a friend of mine. Edith Brite, the housekeeper, might have suspected, but I don't think so. Those were the only ones at the house who had seen her."
" Did you see Harry McLane last night?"
" No."
" Look here," Mason said; "every once in a while you tell me a lie. It's poor policy to lie to your lawyer. It might put you in a tough spot. Now, did you see Harry McLane last night?"
" No," she said defiantly.
" Do you know if he was out at the house?"
" He might have seen Hartley but I don't think so."
" Someone was in Hartley's office when this Fenwick woman knocked on the door. Who was that?"
" That," she said, "is something I can't understand. I wanted Hazel to have a clear field, so I watched the entrance door and waited until the last client had gone. Then I told Hazel the coast was clear and went as far as the entrance room with her. If someone was in the office with Hartley it must have been someone who came in through the back door,"

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