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The Case of the Shoplifter's Shoe (Perry Mason)
The Case of the Shoplifter's Shoe - Perry Mason Author:Erle Stanley Gardner Sarah Breel was the most difficult client Perry Mason had ever had. She claimed she had completely lost her memory. — The police had charged her with first-degree murder. Their case was all circumstantial, but it summed up this way: She had been at the scene of the crime at the time it was committed. A footprint of her shoe was beside the corpse.... more » Her shoe had blood of the victim's type on it. The murder weapon was in her bag -- and so were five large diamonds which had been taken from the deceased.
"The unfortunate part about not remembering what happened," Perry Mason said, "is that then you can't deny anything which anyone says happened."