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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

Don't ask for me at the desk. Come in the hotel, go up the elevator and walk down the corridor. If there's anyone in the corridor, don't hesitate as you walk by my room. Just keep right on going as though you were looking for some other room. If there's no one in the corridor, twist the knob of the door and step in. I'll leave it open for you. Don't knock."
" Listen," Mason said, "Tell me just one thing. Who was the accomplice? Who ...?"
" No," McLane said, "I won't tell you a damn thing over the telephone. I've told you too much now. If you want to come, come. If you don't, go to hell."
The receiver made noise at the other end of the line as it was slammed on the hook.
Perry Mason gently slipped the receiver back into position, glanced at Della Street and at Paul Drake,
" I've got to go out," he said.
" Can I reach you," his secretary asked, "if anything important should develop?"
Mason hesitated a moment, then scribbled on a sheet of paper the words, "Maryland Hotel, Room 904, care George Purdey." He folded the paper, put it in an envelope, sealed the envelope and handed it to her.
" If I don't call you within fifteen minutes," he said, "tear open that envelope. You, Paul, will then come for me at that address. And be certain to take a gun With you."
He reached for his hat and started for the door of the office.

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