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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

they'll try to identify that. If they find another eye second, they'll try to identify that. If they find your eye third, they'll take it for granted that it's just like the first two."
Brunold blinked his eyes rapidly. "Give that to 'me again," he said.
Mason said slowly, "You'll find out what I mean if you think it over long enough. The trouble with your eye is that it's too good a job. It's a work of art. You know that, because you know something about glass eyes. The police won't know that, not unless something happens to direct it to their attention."
Sudden animation lit Brunold's face.
" You mean," he asked, "that you're ...?"
His voice trailed away into silence.
Mason nodded.
" That," he said, "is exactly what I mean. That's why I fixed the price at fifteen hundred dollars. I'll have some expense in connection with the matter."
Brunold said, "Perhaps I could save some ..."
" You," Perry Mason told him, "aren't going to know a single damn thing about it."
Brunold shot forth his hand, clasped the lawyer's hand and pumped it up and down.
" Brother," he announced, "you're clever! You're clever as the very devil. That's an idea that had never occurred to me, and I've been stewing over this thing all night."

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