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to tell. I knew that if she told you folks the truth, you'd think she was lying."
" How did you know we'd be able to get her here?"
" That is, where I didn't underestimate your ability, Burger."
Burger sighed, got to his feet and started pacing the floor.
" It's plain enough, now that it's pointed out," he said, "but, by God, I'd have sworn Brunold committed that murder with the connivance and assistance of Mrs. Basset, and I'd have prosecuted them and demanded the death penalty, at least for Brunold."
He dropped into a chair and fell silent.
" After all," Judge Winters said in an aggrieved voice, "you should have taken me in on the play, Counselor, so that I wouldn't have appeared so ridiculous there in the courtroom."
Mason smiled, and said, "You'll pardon me, your Honor, and understand that the remark contains nothing of disrespect, but if you hadn't appeared so ridiculous, as you term it, you wouldn't have appeared convincing."
For a moment Judge Winters' forehead came together in a frown, then the corners of his lips tilted.
" Oh, well," he said, "have it your own way."
Perry Mason pinched out his cigarette end, looked at his wrist-watch, and lit another cigarette. Burger

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