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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Of course."
" Did you know," Perry Mason asked, staring steadily at Harry McLane, "that the note that was found in the typewriter on Basset's desk, stating that he was going to commit suicide, was not, in fact, written on that typewriter at all, but was written on the typewriter which was in Mrs. Basset's room, and that it was written by a professional typist who used the touch system?"
Harry McLane flung himself toward the exit door.
" Come on, Bertha," he said; "let's get the hell out of here."
She got to her feet, stood staring at Perry Mason, then at her brother.
" Harry," she said, "you know Mr. Mason is trying to help you, and . . ."
" Aw, nuts, don't be a sucker. I only came here because you wanted me to. He's looking for a fall guy, I tell you."
Bertha McLane turned to Perry Mason and said, "I'm sorry, Mr. Mason, that Harry feels that way. I hope you'll accept my apology ..."
" Apology, hell!" Harry McLane interrupted. "Don't be a sucker!"
He pushed his way over toward Mason's desk and said, "You've been asking a lot of questions. Now let me ask you some. Are you representing Brunold?"
" Yes," Mason said, "I'm representing him. I presume-it amounts to that."

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