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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

should carry your telephone number around with me. What did you want me to do, seal it up in a pickle jar so it would keep?"
" That piece of paper," Mason said, "was found in the corridor in front of Mrs. Basset's bedroom."
Sheer surprise twisted young McLane's face into a spasm of expression. "It couldn't have been," he said, then, after a moment, with a look of cunning in his eyes, said, "Well, what if it was?"
" When I went out there," Mason went on, entirely disregarding young McLane's comment, "Mrs. Basset tried to intercede for you."
" Did she?" Harry asked tonelessly.
" Did you know she was going to do that?"
" Of course not. I'm not a mind reader."
" Mrs. Basset likes you, Harry?"
" How do I know?" .
" Did you see her last night, before you saw Hartley Basset?"
Harry McLane hesitated and said, "Why?"
" You might as well tell me that," Mason said. "The police certainly can find out that much. The servants were in the house and ..."
" I'm not going to tell you any more about her. Leave her out of it."
" Had you ever been in her room?"
" Sure, on business."
" Was there a typewriter in her room?"

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