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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

mine.... Where did Hartley Basset get those forged notes?"
" From a locked note file that he had on his desk."
" Where was the key to that file?"
" On his key ring, of course,"
" Do you realize," Mason asked, "that when Basset's body was found and searched there wasn't more than twenty-five dollars in actual currency in his pockets, and that the police haven't discovered any large sum of money either in the safe or in the room where he was murdered?"
" Perhaps," Harry McLane suggested, "the motive of the murder was robbery."
Perry Mason thumped the desk` slowly with his fist, giving emphasis to his words.
" Young man," he said slowly, "do you realize that there. wasn't anything on God's green earth to have prevented you getting admission to the room where Hartley Basset was working, by telling him that you had come to pay off the money, that, when you were once in that room you could have killed Hartley Basset, that you could have taken the key from Basset's key ring, opened the note file on his desk-a file with which you are thoroughly familiar because of your employment with Basset, taken out those forged notes which represented the only evidence against you, placed a fake suicide note in the typewriter, and left the house... No, don't interrupt-and keep looking at me. ...

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