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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

night. He was holding a bloodshot glass eye clutched in his hand when they found the body."
" But, does Brunold know Basset?"
" That's what I want to find out."
" He should be in the clear," she said slowly. "He complained of the loss of the eye this morning."
Mason stared at the six bloodshot eyes which glowered so redly up at him, and nodded his head slowly.
" It's a point," he said, "to take into consideration. But don't overlook this fact: Harry McLane worked for Basset. Brunold was acquainted with Harry McLane. Where did Brunold and Harry McLane get acquainted? Did the McLanes come here by accident, or did Brunold send them?"
" Whom are we representing?" she inquired.
" Brunold, for one," he said, "Miss McLane, for another, perhaps Mrs. Basset."
" How was the murder committed?" she asked.
" So it might have looked like a suicide, but it was pretty clumsy. Then Mrs. Basset complicated things by planting a gun. A quilt and a blanket had been used to muffle the sound of the shot. One gun was under them. Mrs. Basset planted a second gun. She said it was because she didn't see the first gun, and she . wanted the thing to look like a suicide."
" Well?" Della Street asked.
" Well," Mason said, "that may have been it, or it may have been that she knew the concealed gun hadn't

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