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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"I presume you realize," Mason said, "that you're compounding a felony."
" I'm doing nothing of the sort. I'm getting my money back."
" You're offering embezzlers immunity from prosecution if they make good the money embezzled."
" Let's not be overly technical about it," Basset remarked. "You know what you want. I know what I want. I'm talking plainly to you. I might not talk as plainly elsewhere. I want my money."
" And you think McLane has it?"
" No, I think his accomplice has it."
" But don't you think if McLane could get it from his accomplice, he'd have done so already?"
" No," Basset said. "They stole money to gamble with. They lost some of it. They want to keep on gambling. McLane's sister will put up money to keep McLane from going to jail. That will leave the pair money to gamble with."
" Well?" Mason asked.
" The girl hasn't all of the money," Basset said. "She's got a little over fifteen hundred dollars. McLane's accomplice has about two thousand left. I'll get the girl's money and then I'll find out who the accomplice is and get what money he's got."
" Suppose," Mason asked, "it doesn't work that way?"
" It will."
Mason said slowly, "I can get you fifteen hundred

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