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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

right in with the cops-at least, they do when it's an outsider who is getting the rocking."
" What did the cops do?"
" One of them," Drake said, "took a swing at my jaw. I got pretty much out of his way, but his fist was big as the business end of a pile driver and part of it took off a little skin. The others grabbed the .girl and started strong-arming her down the corridor."
" How about the papers?" Mason asked.
" Oh, it's a service all right," Drake told him, "as far as that's concerned. They rushed her down the corridor but she was still holding the papers in her right hand. I'd shoved them into her hand when I saw the place start to fill up and she'd taken them mechanically and was still hanging onto them. I think she was the most surprised woman in the world."
" Do you know what happenedd next?"
" Sure, I know what happened. I heard them start giving her a brow-beating third degree all the way down the corridor. They were trying to find out who had paid her expenses to Reno, why she'd gone there, who had told her to come there, and all of that stuff."
" What did she say?"
" Nothing. She said she wasn't going to talk until she saw her lawyer."
" Then what?"
Drake said, "I knew the beans were spilled all over everything as far as Reno was concerned. I figured

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