PERSONAL BAGGAGE
A Tale of Marriage, Medicine and Murder

About PERSONAL BAGGAGE

When Penny Pewitt decides to take on a second nursing job at a large hospital, she hopes to secure extra income for her family. Instead, she discovers exploding changes in health care and resulting illegal practices that endanger not only patients, but also anyone threatening to expose the system.

Meanwhile, Penny's relationship with her husband, Johnny, is disintegrating. She blames him for her unhappiness while his time is consumed with other interests. As Penny encounters patients, colleagues, family members, and medical duplicity, she gains the confidence and maturity needed to see things in a new light.

In an effort to defuse Penny's growing obsession with hospital intrigue, Johnny arranges a visit to her great-grandparents' hometown. As past meets present with shocking results, the trip comes to mean much more than he intends.

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About the Author,

Margaret McMillion, a retired nurse, was born in Conyers, Georgia and spent her youth in Charlotte, North Carolina and Natchez, Mississippi. McMillion earned a bachelor's degree from Rhodes College and an associate's degree in nursing from Columbia State Community College. She is a wife, mother, grandmother, and lifelong writer.
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