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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

rounded by those who care something for him if he is going to be able to exist. I am a rich man in money, and a bankrupt in love. Recently something has happened which I do not need to put on paper, but which convinces me of the futility of trying to hold the love of the woman who is the dearest thing in the wold to me. I have, therefore, decided to end it all, if I can get nerve enough to pull the trigger. If I can get nerve enough ... if I can get nerve enough ..."

" He's got something in his hand," Dick Basset said. Perry Mason leaned down, hesitated a moment, then pried the fingers slightly apart.
A glass eye, clutched in the dead hand, stared redly at them, unwinking, evil.
Mrs. Basset gasped.
Perry Mason whirled to her.
" What does that eye mean to you?" he asked.
"N-n-n-nothing."
" Come on. Come clean. What does it mean to you?"
Dick Basset pressed forward. "Look here," he said," you can't talk to my mother that way."
Mason waved him away with a gesture of his hand.
"Keep out of this," he said. "What does that eye mean to you?"
" Nothing," she said, more defiantly this time.
Mason turned toward the door.
" Well," he said, "I guess there's no further need for my services."

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