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He left the elevator at the top floor, led the way to the roof garden, tossed the white uniforms behind a potted plant, and said, "Have you got that pass-key, Paul?"
" Sure."
" Get it ready," Mason said, leading the way to the room corridor.
He picked an inside room, knocked on the door. There was no answer. He nodded to Drake. The detective turned the key in the lock. The door opened, the two men entered, and Mason twisted the knurled brass knob which shot the bolt into position.
He took a cigarette case from his pocket, tapped a cigarette on his thumb-nail, and grinned at the detective.
" Well," he said, "we're still out of jail."
" How the devil are we going to get out of this?" Drake asked, his face lugubrious.
Mason stretched out on the bed, pulled up pillows back of his , head, blew smoke up toward the ceiling. His face was wreathed in a smile of serene satisfaction.
" They'll think we're playing tag in the corridors," he said. "After a half an hour or so, when they can't find us, they'll think we got down the freight elevator, or took the stairs, and gave them the slip. And, in the meantime . . "
His voice trailed off into silence.
" In the meantime, what?" Drake inquired,

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"I didn't get very much sleep last night," the lawyer said. He took-one long, last puff of the cigarette and ground it out in the ash tray. "Call me at six o'clock," he said, "if I'm not awake by then," and closed his eyes.
The detective stared at him in open-mouthed amazement for a moment; then moved toward the couch.
" Hey, you damned hog," he said, "give me one of those pillows. I didn't sleep at all."

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