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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

crime is usually a small crime. Someone covers it up, with a great deal of sacrifice. Now, I'm willing to bet you ten to one that this isn't the first time you've had to make good for Harry-is it?"
Harry McLane blurted, "That's got nothing to do with it. Who the hell do you think you are, anyway?"
Perry Mason did not take his eyes from Bertha McLane's face.
" Is it the first time?" he asked.
" I've had to cover a check or two," she said slowly.
" Exactly!" he told her. "Your brother is sliding. You're doing your best to keep him from it. He knows that he's got you back of him all the time. He started out giving a bum check. You made it good. He was sorry and promised you he'd never do it again. He talked big. He was going out and get a job. He was going to do this and he was going to do that. Talk is cheap. But, it's the only coin he's got with which to pay anyone anything. He hypnotizes himself into believing that he's going to do what he says he's going to do. But he hasn't got guts enough to go out and do it. He doesn't intend to get a job. He intends to get some more money from you in order to play a `sure thing.' Then he thinks he'll make a`big killing' and come in with his pockets lined with money.
" He's one of those fellows who wants to be a`big shot.' lie hasn't got guts enough to go out and do it by hard work. Therefore, he does it with talk and

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