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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

turned to Mason and said, "How the devil am I going to square myself with the newspapers?"
Mason waved his hand in a generous gesture.
" Take it all," he said.
" All of what?"
" All of the credit. Figure that it was an act you put on with me for the purpose of trapping the real murderer."
A gleam of quick interest showed in Burger's eyes.
Abruptly the door burst open. Three newspaper men came storming into the room. They descended upon Burger with a barrage of questions.
" Wait a minute," Burger said. "What's happened?"
" Out at the airport-a shooting. Sergeant Holcomb's wounded, and Colemar killed. How did Colemar get out there? What was he doing? Why did Sergeant Holcomb go after him?"
One of the news men detached himself from the others, grabbed Mason's arm.
" What about it, Mason?" he shouted. "Give us the low-down. It's the biggest thing you've ever pulled. . . ."
Perry Mason sighed.
" Mr. Burger," he said, "will make the statement to the press in our joint behalf. In the meantime, gentlemen, if you'll pardon me, I've got to go to my office."

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