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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

and a quilt, folded together, partially covered his head. His arms were outstretched. The right hand was tightly closed. A pool of red had seeped out from his head, soaked up by the. blanket and quilt on the one side and the carpet on the other. A portable typewriter was on the desk in front of him, and a sheet of paper was in the machine, approximately half of it being covered by typewritten lines.
" Keep back, everyone," Perry Mason said. "Don't touch anything."
He stepped cautiously forward, keeping his hands behind his back. He bent over the corpse and read the paper which was in the typewriter.
" This," he said, "seems to be a suicide note. But it can't be suicide, because there's no gun here."
" Read it aloud," Dick Basset said in an excited voice. "Let's hear what's in the note. What reason does he give for committing suicide?"
Perry Mason read in a low monotone:
" I am going to end it all. I am a failure. I have made money, but I have lost the respect of all of my associates. I have never been able to make friends or to hold friends. Now I find that I cannot even hold the respect and love or even the friendship of my own wife. The young man who is supposed to be my son and has taken my name hates me bitterly. I have sudde=11y come to the realization that no matter how self Sufficient a man may think he is, he cannot stand alone. The time comes when he realizes that he must be sur-

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