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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

CHAPTER XVIII

PERRY MASON leaned back in his office chair. The top of his desk was littered with newspapers. "Good for Sergeant Holcomb," he said. "I always knew he had the stuff in him."
" I thought you hated him," Della Street remarked.
" His stupidity is irritating at times," Mason agreed, "but it's only because of his zeal that he gets himself into those situations. So Colemar pulled a gun and tried to smoke his way out when he saw he was cornered?"
She nodded slowly.
" In many ways," Mason said, "that last situation is typical of the pair of them. Sergeant Holcomb came roaring up to the airport with his sirens screaming."
" But he had to use his siren to make the time he did through traffic," Della Street pointed out.
" Certainly, through traffic. But not after he had gone through the traffic. He had the whole airport in front of him, and yet he had to come up with his sirens screaming. Of course Colemar knew what that meant. He hid in the Men's Room, put his eye to the keyhole
and waited to see what happened. After a while, Holcomb started for the restroom. Colemar poked his

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