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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

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" Half-baked is the word you're groping for," Mason told him. "Come on, Paul; let's have the stuff."
" One day," Drake said, "Brunold got a letter from Sylvia. That letter told him they couldn't put off getting married any longer."
The half quizzical smile faded from Perry Mason's face. The impatience left his eyes. His voice showed quick sympathy. "Like that?" he asked.
" Like that," the detective said.
" What did Brunold do?"
" Brunold got the letter okay."
" And ducked out?" Mason asked, in cold, hard accents.
" No, he didn't. It was a small burg and he didn't dare to send a telegram because he didn't want the telegraph operator to know anything, but he hopped on a train and started for Sylvia. That's where fate took a hand. Those were the days when railroad beds were like you found them. My God, I can remember one time when I took a trip on one of those hick lines that I tossed around in an upper berth like a bunch of popcorn in a corn popper on a hot stove. ..:'
" The train was wrecked," the lawyer interrupted. "I suppose Brunold was hurt."
" Cracked his dome, punctured his eye, and gave him a loss of memory. The doctors took the eye out, put

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