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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

stand police questioning. She could have gone into the room, found Hartley Basset dead, lifted a bunch of money from his pocket, then, socked herself on the head with something and pretended to be out.
" She could have seen Dick Basset commit the murder and skipped out to keep from testifying.
" She could be a crook, with a criminal record. Let's investigate all the possibilities. Skip out to Basset's house, develop those latent finger-prints on the glass of the door, photograph them, and see if you can get an identification."
Drake nodded slowly. "Anything else?" he asked. "Not right now. Let's get the low-down on this Fenwick woman."
As Paul Drake turned the knob of the door -which led to the corridor, he said, with a droll smile, "There isn't any chance that the cops are right and you have this woman tucked away some place, is there, Perry?"
Mason grinned and said, "You might look under my desk, Paul."
The detective looked puzzled and said, "You son-ofa-gun, if you're sending me on a run-around, I'll never trust you again."
He closed the door, and Mason turned to Della Street.
" Make a note," he said, "to look up how glass eyes are held in place, and how easily they can be jarred loose."

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