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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

was whisked down to the lobby. He entered a telephone booth, called his office and said, "Okay, Della, burn that envelope."
He left the hotel, walked through an alley to the street where he had left his car, and stood concealed in the alleyway, looking up and down the street.
He spotted a police car, which was parkedd at the curb some fifty feet behind his own car. Two men sat in the police car, slouched down in the seat, as though they were prepared for a long wait.
They were watching Mason's car.
The lawyer narrowed his eyes in thoughtful scrutiny and stepped back into the alley. As he stood there, another car swung around the corner and slid to a stop directly opposite the police car. Sergeant Holcomb, of the Homicide Squad, leaped out from the driver's seat and conversed in low tones with the two men in the car.
Perry Mason abruptly turned and retraced his steps down the alley to the next street. He walked with quick steps to the hotel, entered the hotel, crossed to the clerk's desk, and said, "I'm not anxious to have the information broadcast, but I'm looking for a chap by the name of Harry McLane. I've got a tip that he's here in the hotel some place. Have you a McLane registered?"
The clerk looked through the register, and shook his head.
" Funny," Mason said slowly. "I was told he'd be

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