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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"I think so. I don't remember."
" Do you know whether he went out this front door?"
" No."
" Did you hear him drive away?"
" I don't know, I tell you. He hit me and everything turned black."
" Let her alone, can't you?" Dick Basset said to Perry Mason. "She isn't a witness on the witness stand."
Perry Mason strode toward the door which led to the inner office. He reached his hand to the knob, then hesitated a moment, drew back his hand, and took a handkerchief from his pocket. He wrapped the handkerchief around his fingers before he turned the knob. The door swung slowly inward. The room was just as he had seen it the first time. A light in the ceiling gave a brilliant, but indirect, illumination.
Mason crossed to the door of the inner office. It, too, was closed. Once more he fitted a handkerchief in his hand and turned the knob. The room was dark.
" Anyone know where the light switch is here?" Mason asked.
" I do," Mrs. Basset said. She entered the room, and, a moment later, the lights clicked on.
Mrs. Basset gave a half scream of startled horror. Perry Mason, standing in the doorway, stiffened to immobility. Dick Basset exclaimed, "Good God! What's that?"
Hartley Basset lay face down on the floor. A blan'Ket

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