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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Is it," Mason asked, "worth fifteen hundred dollars to you to work a trick that will put you in the clear?"
Brunold said slowly, "That depends on how good the trick is."
" I think it's good," Mason told him.
" It's got to be better than good, It's got to be perfect."
" I think it's perfect"
Brunold shook his head and said, "There isn't any perfect scheme. I've gone over it time and time again in my mind. I stayed awake half the night trying to figure out some solution. There isn't any. That eye can be identified, if the police go about it the way I said. Understand, it isn't only a question of proving I'm innocent after the eye is identified. It's a question of not wanting to have the police identify the eye."
Mason pursed his lips, nodded slowly. "I think I understand," he said.
Brunold took fifteen one-hundred-dollar bills from his wallet and spread them on Perry Mason's desk.
" There's fifteen hundred bucks," he said. "Now, what's the stunt?"
Mason handed Brunold the bloodshot eye, dropped the other in his pocket, picked up the bills and folded them together.
" If," he said slowly, "the police should find your eye first, they'll look it up and identify it in the way that you mention. If they find some other eye first,

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