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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Look around," Holcomb yelled. "I want to get a look at your face."
Mason turned around in such a manner that he kicked the bucket of water over. Sergeant Holcomb saw the water coming, but dodged too late, Some of the liquid `splashed in his eyes and face as the bucket hurtled past. He jerked his head back in. Mason grabbed Paul Drake's extended hand, jumped to the adjoining sill, held himself precariously balanced for a moment, then slid down into the room.
" We can," Paul Drake said, "take the fire escape down to the second floor."
" Swell, if they aren't waiting for us at the second floor," the lawyer told him.
The two men opened the door of the room which led to the corridor. They stepped into the corridor, turned to the left, and through the window which opened on the fire escape. The broad-shouldered detective, still standing in the corridor where he could watch the door of Mrs. Basset's room, glowered at them thoughtfully, took three purposeful steps toward them, and then hesitated.
Perry Mason called to Paul Drake in a loud voice, "Empty the buckets, Paul. We can fill them up from a faucet on the lower floor. We've got to get the rail on this fire escape cleaned up."
Drake nodded. The two men raced down the fire escape. They had gained the second floor, when there

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