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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"By someone that's in his house, who's friendly to me."
" You are the type who makes fair-weather friends," Mason told him. "A man who hasn't any more character than you have doesn't make friends who stick by him."
" That's what you think," McLane said defiantly. "You're going to be fooled. You'll find that there's someone who can make Basset do anything, who's going to be sticking up for me. You just make your proposition and don't pay any attention to what Basset says at the time. He'll probably tell you no, but, within an hour, he'll ring you up on the telephone and tell you he's reconsidered, and that he's willing to accept it."
Perry Mason, staring down at the young man, said in slow, measured words, "Have you been playing around with Mrs. Basset?"
Young McLane flushed and started to answer. The telephone made sounds, and Mason put the receiver to his ear. "
" Hello," he said, "Basset? . . . Is this Mr. Hartley Basset? Well, this is Perry Mason, the lawyer. I've got a matter I want to take up with you. Can you come to my office? . . . All right, I'll come to yours. Sometime this evening? . . . Yes, I can make it this evening all right. I'd prefer to make it this afternoon. ... Well, this evening will be all right. You have

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