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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

using deductive reasoning. I'm free to confess that I'm at the end of my rope. I can't give you an answer to that."
Burger stared at him steadily. Mason, his face perfectly composed, puffed placidly at his cigarette.
Judge Winters slowly nodded his head. "Obvious," he said, "from the beginning, if a person hadn't allowed his mind to be blinded by a lot of extraneous details and had concentrated upon the obvious."
Perry Mason stretched and yawned, looked at his wrist-watch and said, "I'd certainly like to hear from Sergeant Holcomb. I hope he gets Colemar without a shooting."
Burger said slowly, "Mason, you should have been a detective instead of a lawyer."
" Thank you," Mason told him. "I'm doing very well as it is."
" How did you know I was going to fall for the Bevins woman and bring her into court?" Burger asked.
" Because," Mason told him, "I'm too old a campaigner to underestimate an adversary. I knew that you'd get her here some way. I timed the whole play so that you would just about have time to bring her in as a surprise witness and confound me with her. I figured you'd do that."
" But you didn't tell her anything of your plans?"
" No, I figured the less she knew, the less she'd have

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