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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

" He couldn't have seen me."
" Why?"
" Because I wasn't in his side of the house?"
" What do you mean by that?"
" It's sort of a duplex house. Basset has fixed up one side for his office, the other side for his home. Then, when relations became strained with his wife, Basset started living entirely in his side of the house."
" So you were in Mrs. Basset's side of the house yesterday?"
" Not yesterday, it was the day before."
" Thought you hadn't seen Mrs. Basset for two weeks," Mason said.
Brunold said nothing.
" And Dick Basset had an argument with Hartley Basset about you tonight," the lawyer went on.
" Tonight, when?"
" After you left."
" You're mistaken about that," Brunold said positively; "that was an absolute impossibility."
" Why?"
`Because, before I left . . ?'
Mason grinned at him.
Brunold moved belligerently toward the lawyer.
" Damn you!" he said. "Just what are you trying to do?"
" Trying to get the facts," Mason told him.

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