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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"You carry a gun, then, all the time?"
"Yes."
" Why?"
" Because Hartley Basset has been such a brute to my mother. I knew a show-down was coming sooner or later."
" Got a permit for that gun?"
" No."
" No one else saw you shoot at the can except your wife?"
" No, that's all. She's the only witness."
Mason jerked his thumb back down the corridor toward the door and said, "Get together with your mother. Make your stories air-tight."
He raised his hand to knock at the panels of the door, hesitated, lowered his hand to the knob, twisted it and jerked the door open. The same narrow-shouldered, bald-headed man whom he had seen in Basset's office earlier in the evening stared at him through huge tortoise-shell glasses, his face showing exasperation. It changed to amazement as he recognized Perry Mason.
" You saw me tonight in Basset's office," Mason said. "I'm Perry Mason, the lawyer. Your name's Colemar, isn't it?"
The expression of irritation returned to Colemar's face. "Don't lawyers knock?" he asked.
Mason started to say something, then checked himself as his eyes, drifting to the dresser, caught sight of

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