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THE CRAYFISH

head, on its left side, is the gun port through which Mrs. Smirke was shot."
" Now, Doctor dear, do be sensible," broke in Sergeant Skillin. "With all yer blarney, ye know that I haven't the slightest idea of what ye are talking about. Glory be! The poor woman was not shot. Though she fell as though she had been."
" Sergeant, as always, you are right in what you observe, or have told you in evidence, but, being more used to courts than I, you sometimes fear to go as far as you really see. Mrs. Smirke was shot, shot in the ear."
" Sounds like Hamlet to me, and Hamlet's a good play but a bad crime story."
" You're right, then, we must have a little more proof.' "Can you get it?"
" I only want one piece more, literally a grain, to tip old justice's scales, even though they're rusty. And you can get it for me. We're too old hands to be upset by gruesome detail, you and I. Get me the right ear of the dead-woman. I must have the real ear. The outer part doesn't matter."
" It'll need going through a few forms, you know?"
" Well, again I wager we have time. What we're looking for will keep."
Sergeant Skillin was impressed. That ladder had been tampered with, carefully, queerly and, further, he knew Mrs. Smirke's ear had been doctored by a doctor who did not wish her well. Had the ladder top on the night of the murder held the key? He did not like to think he might have overlooked that. Could the dead woman's ear be the lock that key fitted in? "I'll get it for you," he said.

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