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 allwhich was more than could be said for her son, the disagreeable Professor Charles Cresswell.
He seemed to have taken a dislike to Judith on sighta 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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