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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

had an artificial eye. The only possible reason that a person would want to advertise his artificial eye was that he felt suspicion could thereby be directed on someone else.
" Moreover, Mrs. Basset wanted the Fenwick girl to have an uninterrupted interview with Hartley Basset. Therefore, she watched the front door until the last client had left before taking the Fenwick woman down to Hartley Basset's outer office.. Yet, when this woman knocked at the door of Basset's inner office, some man was in there talking with Basset. That man must have been Colemar, unless it was someone who had entered through the back door, which wasn't very likely.
" Moreover, i f a one-eyed man had been making a mask very hurriedly only for the purpose of concealing his features, he would only have torn out one eye hole. The fact that he tore out two eye holes shows that he was trying to direct attention to the empty eye socket. Now, if that had been Brunold, he'd never have advertised the fact of that empty eye socket."
" Then," Burger said, "young McLane must have been killed because he was going to talk."
" Probably," Mason said.
" But why the devil did the person who killed young McLane put a glass eye in his palm? That must have been done by Coleman Why did he do it?"
Perry Mason, looking very innocent, said, "After all, Burger, there's only so much one can accomplish by

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