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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

the D.A.'s office. He called them on the phone and asked if they wanted him to pose. Seems like they've warned him not to do or say anything unless he asks them. . . ."
" What did the D.A.'s office say?" Mason asked. "Did they smell a rat?"
" Evidently they did because Colemar hung up the telephone and then called the Journal and asked for the city editor's desk. That checkmated my man. He grabbed his camera and beat it. Can you get along without Colemar, Perry?"
" I think I can," Mason said, "if you're sure he's going to be a witness for the prosecution."
" Sure he is," the detective asserted. "He's been spilling something to them. They'd evidently told him not to do anything until he'd called them."
Mason nodded slowly and asked, "How about those other pictures, Paul? Do they show-anything peculiar about the facial expressions?"
" Nothing I can find," the detective said. "Look them over for yourself. Overton apparently tried to keep any expression whatever from showing on his face. Edith Brite had her lips compressed in a grim line. Dick Basset looks as though he were posing for a portrait, but the photographer told me he had a lot of trouble getting Dick to keep his eyes on the camera. Dick kept letting his gaze wander down to a spot on the floor. Does that mean anything?"

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