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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"My wife," he said to the lawyer.
Mason got to his feet, surveyed the slender figure appreciatively, and said, "I am very pleased, Mrs. Bas set"
She kept her eyes fastened apprehensively upon her husband.
" Please, Hartley, I'd like to have something to say about this."
" Why?"
" Because I'm interested."
" Interested in what?"
" Interested in what you're going to do."
" Do you mean," he asked, "that you're interested in Harry McLane?"
" No. I'm interested for another reason." "What's the other reason?"
" I don't want you to be too hard if the money is coming from his sister."
" I think," Basset said, "I'm the best judge of that."
" May I sit in on your conference?"
The eyes were cold and hard. The voice was utterly without emotion, as Basset said, "No."
There was a moment of silence. Basset did nothing to soften 'the curtness of his refusal. Mrs. Basset hesitated a moment, then turned and walked across the office. She didn't leave through the door by which she had entered, but went, instead, into the adjoining office, and, a moment later, the sound of a closing door an

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