After the hurly-burly of the big London hospital where she had been working,Judith found it a very pleasant change to be offered a private job looking after a charming patient, Lady Cresswell, in the Lake District. Her patient gave her no trouble at all--which was more than could be said for her son,the disagreeable Professor Charles Cresswell. He seemed to have taken a dislike to Judith on sight--a dislike which, it must be confessed, Judith returned with interest. And now he was turning up to spoil their pleasant holiday in Portugal....

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