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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

The telephone rang, Della Street picked up the receiver and said, "Hello," and passed it quickly across to Perry Mason, saying in an undertone, "It's Harry McLane on the wire. He wants to talk with you personally."
Mason waved Paul Drake through the door and said into the transmitter, "Yes, this is Mason talking."
Harry McLane's voice was high-pitched with excitement.
" Listen," he said. "I've been a damned fool. I was used as a cat's-paw and didn't realize it until just now. Now I know what a fool I've been. I'm going to tell you the whole business and make a clean breast of the entire affair."
" All right," Mason said, "come on in. I'll be waiting for you."
" I can't come," McLane said. "I don't dare to."
" Why not?"
" I'm being watched."
" Who's watching you?"
" That's part of the story I'll have to tell you when I see you."
" Well, when am I going to see you?" Mason asked.
" You'll have to come to me. I don't dare to try and come to your office. I tell you, I'm being watched, and it would be as much as my life was worth to see you. Now, listen. I'm registered at the Maryland Hotel under the name of George Purdey. I'm in Room 904.

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