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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Was he sore?"
" Plenty. Not so much because she kicked him out as because Basset and his wife didn't get along. He worked for Basset. Therefore, he sided with the boss. All he knew was Basset's side of it, and that's all he wanted to know.
" But when I got in his room I found this piece of paper on his dresser. It's the paper I gave Bertha McLane, with my telephone number on it."
Mason took the paper from his pocket, slowly unfolded it, and dropped it on his desk.
" He said he'd found it in the corridor in front of Mrs. Basset's bedroom."
" Then, Harry McLane must have been out there," Della Street said excitedly.
" Either Harry or Bertha," he said. "Don't forget that it was Bertha to whom I gave it. She may have given it to her brother, or someone may have given it to Mrs. Basset, or Colemar may have been lying, or everyone may have been lying. It's one of those cases."
" The blanket and quilt story sounds phoney," the girl told him.
" Hell," Mason said, impatiently, "it all sounds phoney. I picked this Fenwick girl for a key witness. I knew the cops would sew her up so I'd never see her, once they got their hands on her, so I decided to beat them to it. I figured you'd get a complete interview before the cops had a chance to coach her."

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