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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

He's got some information that I think you should have."
Mason said, "Yes, Paul. What is it?"
The detective's voice said, "I'm going to talk low, Perry, because I don't want anyone else in the office to hear what I'm telling you, and telephone receivers sometimes play tricks when a chap talks too loud. ... Now, listen. . . . The police are getting ready to pull a whole bunch of fast ones. They've found out a lot of things. Your man, Brunold, has been spilling information. They've had experts check up on the typewritten note that was in themachine on Basset's desk.
" Now, you know typewriting is just as distinctive as handwriting. The police criminologists say the message on the piece of paper which was in the typewriter on Basset's desk hadn't been written on that typewriter. They've been looking the house over, to find the typewriter that it was written on. They located it, in Mrs. Basset's bedroom. It's a Remington Portable that she used for personal correspondence.
" What's more, the experts can tell, by the even impression the letters made, that the thing was written by someone who used a touch system-a professional stenographer. You remember what I told you about Mrs. Basset having been a secretary."
Perry Mason frowned thoughtfully at the telephone transmitter.
" Have you located her yet, Paul?" he asked.

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