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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

CHAPTER I

PERRY MASON turned his back to the morining sunlight which streaked in through the windows of his private office and regarded the pile of unanswered mail with a frown.
" I hate this office routine," he said.
Della Street, his secretary, glanced up at him with eyes that contained a glint of amusement in their cool, steady depths. Her smile was tolerant.
" I presume," she said, "having just emerged from one murder case, you'd like another."
" Not necessarily a murder case," he told her, "but a good fight in front of a jury. I like dramatic murder trials, where the prosecution explodes an unexpected bomb under me, and, while I'm whirling through the air, I try to figure how I'm going to light on my feet when I come down. . . . What about this chap with: the glass eye?"
" Mr.-Peter Brunold," she said. "He's waiting for you in the outer office. I told him you'd probably delegate his case to an assistant. He said he'd either see you or no one."
" What does he look like?"
" He's about forty, with lots of black, curly hair. He

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