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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

dollars in cash and monthly payments of thirty dollars. I'm representing the sister."
" Her money?" Basset asked.
" Yes."
" All of it?"
" Yes."
" The boy hasn't kicked through with any of it?"
" No."
" I'll take the fifteen hundred cash and a hundred a month from the girl," Basset said.
Mason flushed, sucked in a quick breath, controlled himself, puffed on the cigarette, and said tonelessly, "She can't do it. She's supporting an invalid mother. She can't live on what would be left of her salary."
" I'm not interested," Basset said, "in getting my money back in small installments. Monthly payments of one hundred dollars will get the principal reduced reasonably soon. Harry McLane may get a job in the meantime. He can pass the loss on to his new employer."
" What do you mean," Mason inquired, "by passing the loss on to his new employer?"
" He can work out some scheme of embezzling from the new employer to pay me off my losses."
" You mean you'd force him to theft?"
" Certainly not. I'm simply suggesting that he pass on the burden. He embezzled from me. I held the

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