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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

CHAPTER XV

PAUL DRAKE came crowding through the spectators as the courtroom buzzed with the activity of a recess. He paused just before the mahogany railing in the courtroom, waited until he had caught Perry Mason's eye, then gave him a significant wink.
Mason moved over to a corner where there was some opportunity for privacy. Paul Drake joined hiln.
" Well," the detective said, "I ranked the job. Have you seen the newspapers?"
" No," Mason said. "What happened?"
Drake opened a brief case, took out a newspaper still damp from the press, handed it to Perry Mason with a wry face, and said, "That tells the story-not as well as I could tell it, but it's a damn sight easier for me if you read it rather than have me tell it."
Mason didn't look at the newspaper immediately. He folded it under his arm and stared steadily at the detective.
" How'd you get back?" he asked.
" I chartered the fastest plane I could get in Reno and came back here in nothing flat. I think we averaged two hundred miles an hour or something like that."

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