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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

Brunold nearly dropped his cigarette. "Good God," ~ he said, "what do you mean?"
" I mean just what I said, Brunold. Suppose that you'd had a fight with Mrs. Basset. Suppose her husband committed suicide. Suppose she thought you were in love with some other woman and thought you were going to leave her. Would it be at all probable that she'd try to make it seem that her husband hadn't committed suicide, but had been murdered, and that you were implicated in the murder?"
" Why?"
" So as to keep you from going with some other woman"
" But there isn't any other woman."
" Did she know that?"
" Yes. . . . That is, no. . . . You understand, there isn't anything between us. . . . She's nothing to me."
" I see," the lawyer said dryly. "When did you first meet Mrs. Basset?"
" About a year ago, I guess."
" And you last saw her about two weeks ago?"
" Yes."
" And you haven't seen her since?"
" No."
" When did you first find out your eye had been stolen?"
" Late last night."

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