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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Sure; they could if they went about it in the right way. An eye expert could tell who the man was that made the eye. He'd recognize the type of workman ship. The police could get in touch with that man and show him the eye. That fellow makes eyes for me right along. He'd take one look at it and say, `Pete Brunold, 3902 Washington Street.' "
The lawyer's eyes were intent in their steady scrutiny.
" Do you think," he asked slowly, "that your eye is going to be left at the scene of a murder?"
Brunold hesitated a minute, then nodded slowly. "And you want me to fix that?" the lawyer asked. Brunold nodded again.
" A murder," asked Perry Mason, "of which you are innocent, or of which you are guilty?"
" Innocent."
" How do I know that?"
" You've got to take my word for it." "And what do you want me to do?"
" Show me some scheme by which I can beat the rap. You're a`criminal lawyer. You know the way the police work. You know the way juries think. You know the
way detectives work up a case."
Mason swung slowly back and forth in his big swivel chair.
" Has this murder been committed?" he asked. "Or is it going to be committed?"
" I don't know."

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