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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"How old are you?" Mason inquired.
" Twenty-seven."
" How old's the boy?"
" Twenty-two."
" Why should you be obligated to pay off his bezzlement?"
" Because he's my brother. And then, there's my mother to be considered. Can't you understand she's not at all well. She isn't young. Harry is the apple of her eye." '
" Her favorite?" Mason asked.
" Well," she said slowly, "of course, he's the man of the family. Ever since Father died, he's been the man -that is, he's been . . ."
" I know," Perry Mason said. "He's been the one you've slaved for and given all the breaks. Can't you explain the facts to your mother?"
" Good Lord, no! It would kill her. She tl-,inks Harry is a big business man; that he's been Mr. Basset's right-hand man; that Mr. Basset is one of the biggest financiers in the city."
Perry Mason drummed on his desk.
" And you're going to pay the money whether Basset prosecutes or not?"
" Yes."
Mason stared down at Harry McLane.
" Young man," he said, "you say you've never rot the breaks. When you go to bed tonight, get down

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