When sisters Lydia and Janice Vane invited Giles Palmer to join their group practice Lydia was worried that he could prove dangerously attractive, but he was a good surgeon and would help to build up the practice the young women had taken over from their uncle. Giles found that while Janice was dynamic, Lydia seemed more of an enigma - she had a look of fear and sorrow for which her recent widowhood could not be totally responsible. Giles was right; there was a secret in Lydia's life - and it was mysteriously connected with her son Timothy.
Used availability for Sonia Deane's The Betrayal of Doctor Vane
June 1978 : UK Hardback
June 2006 : UK Paperback