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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

get your brainstorms during office hours. You always want your rush stuff put through at night."
" I can't help it," Perry Mason told him, "if murderers insist on claiming their victims after office hours. Did you find out anything?"
" I found out lots," Drake said. "I had twenty operatives working on the thing at one time, chasing down different angles. I hope you've got a client with long purse strings."
" I haven't, but I'm going to have. What's the dirt?"
" It's quite a story," Drake told him; "one of those human interest yarns.",
Mason indicated the big over-stuffed leather chair.
" Sit down and spill it."
Paul Drake jack-knifed his long length into the chair, sliding around and sitting sideways, so that his back rested against one of the arms, while his knees draped over the other arm. Della Street came in, smiled at the detective and sat down.
" It goes back to one of these romantic betrayals of the mid-Victorian Era."
" Meaning what?",
Drake lit a cigarette, puffed out a cloud of smoke, waved his hand in an inclusive gesture and said, "Picture to yourself a beautiful farming community, prosperous, happy and narrow-minded-accent on the uarrow-minded."
" Why the accent?" Mason inquired.

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