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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"No one ever found out. She just disappeared."
The lawyer looked searchingly at the detective and said, "You've got the story behind that disappearance, haven't you?"
" Yes."
" All right, go ahead and tell it to me."
" If I seem to get romantic or poetic or something, it's because I've been up all night," Drake told him.
" Never mind that; get down to brass tacks."
" There was a traveling man who was selling dry goods. His. name was Pete Brunold."
" He had one eye?" Mason inquired.
" No, he had two eyes at that time. He picked up his artificial eye later on. That's one of the reasons I'm a little mushy about them."
" Where does it start?" Mason asked.
" I guess it starts with Sylvia Basset's folks. They 'had ideas. You know, the type that stood so straight they leaned over backwards. Traveling salesmen were slickers from the city. When Brunold started to take the girl out, the folks hit the ceiling.
" There was a little movie house in the burg. You know, there weren't any radios in those days. The movies were just graduating from the galloping cowboy stuff. The town wasn't big enough to get many of the old stock melodramas, and . . ."
" Forget the community," Mason said impatiently. "Did Brunold marry her?"

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