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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

sack for a while. Let someone else hold it for a while now."
Mason laughed. "You might find yourself an accessory before the fact in that new embezzlement, Basset."
Basset stared coldly at him and said, "What do I care? I want my money. I don't care how I get it. There's no legal evidence against me. The moral aspect of the case leaves me completely indifferent."
" I gathered it did," Mason told him.
" That's fine. It eliminates misunderstandings. I'm not going to talk with you about the morals of your profession, and you're not going to talk with me about the morals of mine. I want my money. You're here to see that I-get it. The sister doesn't want the boy to go to jail. I've given you my terms. That's all there is to it."
" Those terms," Mason told him, "won't be met."
Basset shrugged his shoulders and said, "He's got until tomorrow."
Knuckles sounded in a gentle knock on the panels of the door, which almost immediately opened. A woman, between thirty-five and forty, glanced at Perry Mason with a quick half smile, andd turned solicitously to Hartley Basset.
" May I sit in on this, Hartley?" she asked.
Hartley Basset remained seated. He regarded her through the smoke which twisted upward from his cigar. His face held no flicker of expression.

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