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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Of course, I could."
" You didn't stand up under my questioning very well."
" The police aren't going to question me."
" Why?"
" Because they don't have any idea I'm connected with the Bassets in any way."
" Someone coming," Della Street said.
Shadows hulked on the frosted glass of the door.
The knob twisted, the door pushed open. Sergeant Holcomb and two of his men stood on the threshold. They looked over the occupants of the office with wary, watchful eyes. Sergeant Holcomb stepped forward.
" Peter Brunold?" he asked.
Brunold nodded and said belligerently, "What's it to you?"
Sergeant Holcomb grabbed Brunold's shoulder, at the same time flipping back the lapel of his coat, show ing his gold badge.
" Nothing," he said, "except that I'm arresting you for the murder of Hartley Basset, and I'm warning you that anything you say may be used against you."
He turned to Perry Mason with a supercilious smile.
" So sorry to interrupt your conference, Mason," he said, "but people have rather a nasty way of disappearing after they've talked with you, and I wanted to get Mr. Brunold before he decided a change of climaze would be good for his health."

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