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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

tion, Dick Basset would have inherited a share of Hartley Basset's property."
Drake nodded his head slowly and said, "That's the way Edith Brite figures it. She's a housekeeper. Only she doesn't figure there was any idea of gain in connection with it. She feels the boy was doing his mother a good turn."
" She thinks Dick killed him?" the lawyer asked.
" That's right. I had to get her crocked, but when she got in vino veritas she babbled a lot. Sylvia had been through hell. The boy knew it. Hartley Basset was just one of those things. She thinks the boy bumped him off."
Della Street said, "Wait a minute, Paul, you haven't finished with the romance. How about Brunold? Did he find her or did she find him?"
" He found her. He'd been searching ever since he left the hospital. He didn't know how to,go about such things and for a while Sylvia had kept herself pretty much under cover."
Perry Mason hooked his thumbs through the arm holes of his vest and started pacing the floor.
" Did Dick know Brunold had found his mother and know who Brunold was?" he asked.
Drake shrugged his shoulders. "I'm a detective," he said, "not a mind reader. Your guess is as good as mine. Apparently Sylvia Basset figured she'd made her bed and was going to lie in it. Brunold wanted her

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