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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Chief," she said suddenly, "how did that glass eye get put into Harry McLane's hand? It's certain Colemar wouldn't have put it there."
Mason looked at her and smiled significantly.
The meaning of that smile dawned upon her.
" Why," she exclaimed, "you . . . you could have . . . !"
" It would," Mason said, "have been a swell break for Brunold, if Brunold had been in jail at the time the murder was committed. Unfortunately, he wasn't. I had to move fast to keep the police from suspecting him."
" But you shouldn't have done that. In the first place, you had no right taking those chances. In the second place it wasn't ... wasn't . . . I can't describe it."
" Is ethical the word you're groping for?" he asked.
" Not exactly. It's so out of keeping with your position. You do the darnedest things. You're half saint and half devil. There isn't any middle ground. You go to both extremes."
He laughed at her and said, "I hate mediocrity."
" How about Hazel Fenwick?" she asked.
" They'll pick her up one of these days," Mason told her. "Dick Basset certainly had a narrow escape. If it hadn't been for that murder, the female Bluebeard would have chalked up two more victims."
" Two more!"

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