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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

you're in the clear, and unless you know and I know exactly what happened. I won't protect Brunold if he's guilty and I won't protect you if you're guilty. Now, Brunold was wandering around the house somewhere about the time the'murder was committed. You say that he was looking for Overton. He might have met your husband and . . ."
" Look out," Paul Drake said, "just below you, Perry."
Perry Mason started polishing the window, glancing downward beneath his right armpit.
Sergeant Holcomb's frowning face was thrust out of the window directly below.
" This is the blow-off," Mason said. "Tell the police you came here for a rest, that you're ready to go back with them. If you didn't kill your husband and want to protect Brunold, refuse to answer any questions. If you want to protect yourself, tell them the God's truth. If Brunold's guilty, he'd better plead guilty. If you did kill your husband, and it wasn't justified, get another lawyer. If you're guilty of murder and you lie to me, I'll quit you cold; otherwise I'll stay with you until hell freezes."
" We're innocent," she said frantically. "Pete has been justified . . :"
" Hey, you, up there!" shouted Sergeant Holcomb. "Who told you to wash those windows?"
Mason mumbled an inaucFble reply.

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