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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

moment he said, in a kindly voice, "What was it you wished to see me about?"
" I've got to know who that man was."
The smile left the lawyer's face.
" After all," he said, "this is a law office, you know, not an information bureau."
For a moment there was flashing anger in her eyes. - Then she controlled herself.
" After all," she said, "perhaps you're right. If anyone came into my office and tried to find out something about who the man was who was just going out, I'd ...I'd..:'
" You'd what?" Perry Mason prompted.
She laughed, and said, "Probably lie to him, and tell him I didn't know."
Mason opened a cigarette case and offered her a cigarette.
She hesitated a moment, then took one of the cigarettes, tapped it on her thumb-nail with a practiced hand, leaned forward to the flame of the match which Mason held for her, and inhaled deeply. Mason offered a cigarette to Harry McLane, who shook his head in silent refusal. Mason, himself, lit a cigarette, settled back in the chair and looked from the young man to the young woman, then kept his eyes on Bertha McLane, as though expecting her to do the talking.
She adjusted her skirt, and said, "Harry is in trouble."

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