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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"And Mrs. Basset?"
" She has consulted me."
" And Dick Basset?"
" Not directly."
" But through his mother?"
" Perhaps, yes," Mason said, his eyes narrowed to mere slits as he watched McLane's face.
" There you are," McLane said, turning triumphantly to his sister. "Are you going to sit there and let him make a goat of me? I told you we were foolish to
come here in the first place."
- "Mr. Mason," she said, "can't you..."
Harry McLane grabbed her by the arm and pushed her toward the door.
" You claim to care something for me," he said, "but you're putting a rope necktie around my neck if you keep on talking to this bird."
Her face showed conflicting emotions.
Mason said slowly, "Harry, you still haven't told me where you got the money that you claim you used to pay a i Hartley Basset. You still haven't told me whether anyone knows you were in possession of that money. You still haven't told me where you were when Basset was murdered, and you haven't told me what was to have kept you from killing Basset, opening the file where the notes were kept and taking out those forged notes."
Harry McLane jerked open the door which led to

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