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Unformatted text preview: ot; he said. "Ryan Mayfair will never know. You leave that to us, the Medical Secret Service or whatever you want to call it. But I want to see Curry." "I understand. We can arrange that tomorrow as well. Maybe even later this evening. I have to think." "About what?" "All of this. Why the Elders would permit Stolov to come here and to interfere this way, to risk the displeasure of the family." The roan seemed to be thinking aloud, not really directing his comments to Lark for an answer. "You know, I've spent all my life in psychic investiga- tion. I've never become so involved with a family before. I feel increas- i95 ing loyalty to them, and increasing concern. I'm rather ashamed I didn't interfere before Rowan left, but the Elders had given me a very specific directive." "Well, obviously they too think there is something genetically strange about this family," said Lark. "They too are looking for heredi- tary traits. Good Lord, at least six people at the wake last night told me Gifford was psychic...
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