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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Well," Mason said, "did Harry McLane know about the back door?"
" Oh, yes."
" How about Pete Brunold?"
She hesitated a moment and then said slowly, "Pete knew about it, too. That is, sometimes he'd come in my side of the house through the back door. The two back doors are right together. . . . Now you can't say I'm not telling you the truth."
Mason stared at her grimly and said, "I'm not saying anything, but I'm doing a lot of thinking. Was Pete Brunold with you all the time he was out at the house the night of the murder?"
" Not all the time."
" Where was he?"
" He thought Overton, the chauffeur, was spying on us. He thought Overton had been snooping around my room, and he went out to try and locate Overton."
" Did he do it?"
" No, he couldn't find Overton anywhere. He said he looked all over the house."
" When was this?"
" Just before I took Hazel down to Hartley's office."
Mason said slowly, "Look here, do you want to protect Pete Brunold or do you want to save your skin?"
" I want to protect Pete with my life."
" Don't ever forget," Mason warned her, "that you're in this thing yourself. You can't protect anyone unless

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