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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

She clutched his sleeve in frenzy.
" Please," she said. "Please! You've got to see me through this."
" Are you going to tell me the truth?"
" Yes," she said, "but not now-not here."
Dick Basset moved toward the dead man.
" I want to see," he said, "what ..."
Perry Mason took his shoulder, spun him around, and pushed him out through the door.
" Turn out the lights, Mrs. Basset," he said.
She switched out the lights. "Oh, I've dropped my handkerchief," she said. "Does it make any dif ference?"
" You bet it makes a difference," Perry Mason said.
" Get your handkerchief and get out."
She groped around for a few moments. Perry Mason stood impatiently in the doorway. She came toward him.
" I have it," she breathed, clinging to his arm. "You must protect me, and we've both got to protect Dick. Tell me . . ?'
He broke away from her, jerked the door closed be hind them, and crossed the other office to the entrance room.
The woman who had been on the couch was now standing. Her face was dead white. Her lips made an attempt at a smile.
Mason faced her.

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