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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

was a shout from above them. Sergeant Holcomb appeared on the fire escape, wildly waving his hands.
" Here," Mason said, "is where we take a transfer."
He dove through the open window to the second floor corridor and raced down the corridor. At the head of the stairs he slipped off the white uniform which he had put on over his business suit. Paul Drake, fumbling with a button of the white coveralls, delayed matters somewhat. 'Mason reached out, ripped off the button, and helped pull the uniform off.
" We've got just one chance," Mason said. "We've got to go up."
He walked to the elevator, the white bundle under his arm, and pressed the "up" button.
" If we have luck," he said, "we can..."
A light glowed, a door slid smoothly back. Mason and Drake entered the elevator, just as an adjoining elevator, coming down from the sixth floor, stopped, and its door slid open. Sergeant Holcomb ran into the corridor.
" Floors?" asked the elevator boy, as he slid the door shut. "
" Top floor," Mason said.
As the elevator shot upward, Mason said conversationally, "A roof garden, isn't there?"
" Yes, Sir."
" Fine," Mason said. "We'll go out there and sit down for a while."

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