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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

lars and sixty-three cents," the man in the doorway said, his voice husky and without expression.
" That includes interest?" asked Basset, "at the rate of one per cent a month?"
" Interest at the rate of one per cent a month," the man affirmed, "from the date the money was embezzled."
Basset said, "That's all."
The man in the doorway stepped back and closed the door. A few seconds later, the clack of the typewriter sounded with mechanical regularity. Hartley Basset smiled at Perry Mason, and said, "He's got until tomorrow afternoon."
Mason extracted a cigarette from his cigarette case. Basset pulled a cigar from his waistcoat pocket. Both men lit up at virtually the same time. Mason extinguished his match by blowing smoke on it, and said, "There's no reason why you and I should misunderstand each other."
" None whatever," Basset agreed.
" I don't know the facts of the case," Mason went on, "but I'm acting on the assumption that McLane embezzled the money."
" He's confessed to it."
" Well, let's not argue that point. Let's assume that he did embezzle it."
" Saving the point so you can defend him in court?" Basset asked, his eyes growing hard.

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