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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

the arms, the small of his back propped against the other.
" Yes," Mason said. "This Fenwick woman."
" What about her?"
" One of three things happened to that woman," Mason said. "Either she was kidnaped by the murderer, or she met with some accident, or she skipped out.'
" The murderer didn't know her-that is, he hadn't seen her first. If she'd met with an accident, the police would have spotted her by this time. Therefore, I think she skipped out."
" That, of course," the detective said slowly, "is acting on the assumption she told the truth about what she had seen the night of the murder. She 'may have skipped out because she knows something that would put Dick Basset on the spot."
Mason nodded his head moodily and said, "There's a diamond-shaped panel of plate glass in the door of Hartley Basset's entrance room. She'd been slugged and was groggy. When she got up from the couch, ` she staggered and slapped both of her hands against the glass in order to catch herself. She must have left ten perfectly good finger-prints on that glass,
" Now, I'm just wondering about that girl and don't want to overlook any bets. She has some powerful motive for skipping out. Either she's protecting someone, or she's concealing something she did the night of the murder, or she has a record and doesn't Aare to

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