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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

pounced that she had gone through it to the reception room.
Hartley Basset said, "No need for you to sit down again, Mason; we understand each other perfectly. Good night."
Perry Mason strode to the door, jerked it open, called back over his shoulder, "Good night, and goodby."
He strode across the outer office, slammed the door of the reception room behind him, and crossed the porch in three swift strides. He crossed to the left side of his coup6, jerked open the door and was just sliding in behind the wheel when he realized someone was huddled at the opposite end of the seat.
He stiffened to quick vigilance, and a woman's voice said, "Just close the door, please, and drive around the corner."
It was the voice of Mrs. Basset.
Mason hesitated a moment. His face showed irritation, then curiosity. He slid behind the wheel, drove around the block, stopped, and switched off lights and motor. Mrs. Basset leaned forward, put her hand on his sleeve, and said, "Please do what he asks."
" What he asks," he said, `ns humanly impossible."
" No, it isn't impossible," she said. "I know him too ,ell for that. He'll get blood out of a turnip. He'll get the last drop of blood, but he'll never ask for some
thing that's impossible."

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