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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

been the one that did the shooting, and she realized the police would check it up by comparing bullets."
" Did she leave finger-prints on the second gun: '' Della Street asked.
" Yes," Mason said, "hers and mine."
" Yours!"
" Yes."
" How did yours get on it?"
" I took the gun away from Dick Basset, her son."
" And then gave it to her?"
" Yes."
" Gee, Chief, do you suppose that was a play to get your finger-prints on the gun?"
" I can't tell, yet."
She pursed her lips and whistled silently. After a moment she said, "Can you tell me all about it?"
" I got a call about midnight to rush out to Basset's place. Mrs. Basset told me her son, Dick, was threatening to kill her husband. I stalled around for a while, but she made it sound urgent, so I went.
" When I got there, this Fenwick woman was lying on the couch, apparently unconscious. Mrs. Basset said Hartley Basset had hit her. Dick Basset had a gun. I took the gun. They said the woman was Dick's wife, but the marriage mustn't be mentioned. A red-headed woman about fifty, probably a servant, was putting wet towels on the girl's head. Dick Basset was talking big.
" I figured Mrs. Basset wanted a divorce; that her

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