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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

on the stand, he should be willing to do it without interrogating her first and in private."
" Your Honor," Burger protested, "this is a hostile witness. She has absented herself from the jurisdiction of the court. I will have to handle her as a hostile witness. But her information is of the greatest value."
" You are referring to Hazel Fenwick?" asked Judge Winters.
" Yes, your Honor."
Judge Winters nodded his head.
" You, Mr. Colemar, may leave the stand. Let Miss Fenwick come forward."
" Those men will have to make way, your Honor. The aisles are crowded," Burger pointed out.
" Clear the aisles!"
" If we might have a few moments' recess," Burger pleaded.
Judge Winters hesitated a moment, then said, "The court will take a five minute recess."
Two officers came pushing their way down the aisle, a woman held between them, her face white.
Judge Winters, rising from behind the bench, stared curiously at her for a moment, then strode through the black-curtained doorway into his chambers.
Every eye in the courtroom turned toward the slender, well-formed, dark-haired young woman.
She flashed one pleading, anguished - glance at Perry Mason, then swiftly averted her eyes. The officers

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