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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

your office at your house, you say? I'll be there at eight-thirty. . . . Oh, you know what it's about, then. . . . Very well, eight-thirty."
Perry Mason dropped the receiver back into position.
" How did Basset know that you were going to come here?" he asked.
Harry McLane, his manner filled with assurance, said, "He knew it because I told him."
" You told him?" Bertha McLane asked.
" Yes," Harry said. "He was doing a lot of talking about sending me to jail and all that stuff, and I thought it would be a good plan to throw a scare into him. I told him that Perry Mason was going to be my lawyer, and he'd better watch his own step, or Perry Mason might see to it that he was the one who went to jail."
Mason stared at Harry McLane in silent dislike.
Bertha McLane crossed to him, put her hand on his arm.
" Thank you," she said, "ever so much. And remember that I'll do the very most that I can for Mr. Basset. I'll pay him off just as quickly as possible-the whole amount and interest. I'll execute a note for it. He can charge interest at the rate of one per cent a month. That's what he charges on his notes, you know."
Mason took a deep breath, and said slowly, "As far as Hartley Basset is concerned, I'll talk to him." He took from his desk a blank piece of white bond paper,

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