|Martin travels to London to speak to a colleague about returning as a surgeon and is told they would be |
very pleased to have him back - provided he can satisfy all concerned that his phobia is a thing of the
past. Martin tells him it's no longer an issue. He's made an appointment with the therapist recommended
by Edith Montgomery, but the session doesn't go well. Louisa takes the school children to Aunt Joan's
farm on a school outing. One of her students, Theo Wenn, is particularly badly behaved forcing Joan to
lock him in the chicken coop. When the boy falls ill, his parents consult a solicitor and may take action
against her. Martin also has to treat Mrs Selkirk who claims to be seeing her recently dead husband.