Harry Bright and Chuck Clark have been partners for over 30 years and have made quite a bit of money. Harry is concerned that Clark's new young wife Margaret and her brother Howard Roper may be cheating him as well as his friend Chuck out of their money. He goes to see Chuck but as Chuck is gone he gets into a dispute with Howard ending with a shot fired by Bright into the ground. Harry consults Perry Mason who suggests he dissolve the partnership which would call for a complete accounting of all assets. Harry doesn't want to do that as he is clearly not angry or upset with his business partner, only the gold digger he married. Harry receives evidence from Salty Sims that Margaret and Howard aren't brother and sister and tells Chuck. When Margaret is found dead in her bedroom, Harry is charged with murder. The bullet in the body came from the same gun that a bullet found in the ground came from. Chuck asks Perry to defend Harry. Written by
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