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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

in Basset's house. Tell him to say that he wants the pictures for his newspaper. Do you think you can do that?"
" Sure, it would be simple."
" All right, now here's the catch in it. I want those pictures taken at a particular place."
" What place?"
" I want the subjects sitting in the chair that Basset was sitting in when he was killed. I want close-ups that will show their facial expressions."
" Why that particular place?" the detective asked.
" That's a secret," Mason told him, grinning.
" It's pretty dark there."
" Not in the early morning," Mason said. "Have those pictures taken between nine and ten o'clock in the morning. Have the subjects facing that east window. Sunlight will be streaming in through that window."
The detective pulled out a notebook. "Okay," he said. "There's Overton, the chauffeur, Colemar, the Brite woman, Dick Basset, and who else?"
" Anyone else who had access to the house on the night of the murder."
" Seated at the desk?"
" Seated at the desk, facing the window."
" You want close-ups?"
" Yes."
" Okay," Drake said. "It sounds goofy, but I'll do it."

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