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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

without knocking and ask me questions. You said I was going to be a witness. What am I going to be a witness to?"
Mason heard the sound of a siren as a car rounded the corner with screaming tires. He didn't wait to answer Colemar's question but jerked the door open, sprinted down the hallway, took the stairs two at a time, jerked open the door to the porch, and crossed to the other door just as a touring car slid in close to the curb.
Mason shoved the door open. Dick Basset and his mother, engaged in a whispered conversation, jumped guiltily apart.
" Okay," Mason said, "here are the cops. Don't say anything about any trouble either one of you might have had with Hartley Basset. That line isn't going to go over so good under the circumstances. Do you get me?"
Mrs. Basset said slowly, "I get you."
Feet pounded on the porch. Knuckles pounded imperatively against the door.
She opened it, and two broad-shouldered men pushed their way into the room.
" Okay," one of them said. "What's going on here?" "My husband," Mrs. Basset said, "has just committed suicide."
" That wasn't the way we got it over the radio," one of the men said.
" I'm sorry," she told him. "My son was hysterical.

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