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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"I was wondering about that when I heard about the bloodshot eye that was clutched in Hartley Basset's right hand."
Mason said cheerfully, "Oh, well, it'll all come out in the wash."
Drake uncoiled himself from the chair and moved toward the exit door.
" You don't want anything else except putting a finger on Sylvia Basset, is that right?"
" That's all for the present. And that was good work, Paul, tracing that stuff down with the limited time you had."
" There wasn't so much to it," the detective said, "except a lot of detail work. The newspaper men had pumped the servants dry. Brunold had left a wide open trail. It was a cinch to chase him down, and, in the adoption proceedings, Sylvia Basset had given the true date and location of the boy's birth. By that time, I guess, she figured it didn't matter much. It happened that I was able to locate the doctor, and the doctor put me in touch with the nurse. The nurse remembered that there had been a pile of love letters, tied with the conventional ribbon, in the girl's suitcase. They'd been addressed to Sylvia Berkley, and she'd read of the disappearance of Sylvia Berkley in the newspapers."
" And kept her mouth shut?" Mason inquired.
The detective nodded. "Nurses," he said, "see quite

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