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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

Harry McLane shifted uneasily in his chair.
" Tell him about it, Harry," she pleaded.
" You tell him," Harry McLane said, speaking in that mumbling undertone which he had used before.
" Did you," she asked the lawyer, "ever hear of Hartley Basset?"
" Seems to me I've heard the name over the radio. Doesn't he make automobile loans?"
" Yes," she said, with feeling in her voice; "he does. He makes all sorts of loans. The automobile loans he makes, he advertises over the radio. He makes other loans that he doesn't advertise so much, and he isn't above buying a piece of stolen jewelry, or financing an expert smuggler."
The lawyer raised his eyebrows quizzically and started to say something, but puffed on his cigarette instead.
" You can't prove all of that stuff," Harry McLane said, in a surly undertone.
" You told me."
" Well, I was just guessing at lots of it."
" No, you weren't, Harry. You know that you were telling the truth. You've worked for him, and you know the kind of business he's running."
" What sort of trouble is Harry in?" Mason inquired. "He embezzled something over three thousand dollars from Hartley Basset."
The lawyer's eyes shifted to Harry McLane. Harry

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