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blazes with Dr. Croft, but he supposed he would have to see the man.
In the library with his back to the empty fireplace, stood Dr. Croft. He did not appear to be at ease, and glanced up at his companion as if he expected him to take the lead. `Dr. Hoylake,' he said stiffly. `I don't think you have met him before.'
George Cranstoun nodded. He was not interested in Dr. Hoylake.
`It's like this, Mr. Cranstoun,' Dr. Croft went on. `We've been having a long talk with Miss Cranstoun, and we have come to the conclusion, and Dr. Hoylake agrees, that for the good of everybody, and not least for your own good, we shall have to make a rather serious break in your life's routine. I don't think it need be for long. Dr. Hoylake, perhaps you would like to explain?'
Dr. Hoylake spoke with slowness and deliberation. George Cranstoun realized what he was saying. He found the idea curiously interesting. It explained much.
As he listened he looked out of the window, across the gardens, across the park, to the lake and the boat-house. Somebody, probably Jackson the head keeper, was quietly putting the punt away.
`Safe for the time being under lock and key,' said George Cranstoun. `Well, gentlemen, shall we go?'

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