A Tale of Marriage, Medicine and Murder


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Chapter 8: Chapter Eight
"...and Faye pressed on into the terminal ahead of their father, who pushed his wife’s wheelchair. He moved at a turtle’s pace, shuffled to the end of a row of seats, and eased himself down beside Mrs. Nichols while the ticket agent explained to his daughters why the airplane in the loading area was so tiny. ..."
"...the floor, then over a series of wrinkles in the carpet. Finally, they took their seats: three together across the rear of the plane. Penny positioned herself in the middle, buckled their seat belts, and explained to her mother again, “We are going to Roanoke on this airplane and spend tonight at David’s house.” ..."
"... my time perception.” As was his custom, Rev. Nichols gave no apology for his tantrum and spoke only when necessary during the remainder of Penny’s visit, and as she traveled on the airplane back to Jacksonville, her last few days in Roanoke seemed like a blur. However, the scene Sunday ..."

Chapter 14: Chapter Fourteen
"... for a moment, then stood watching her drive away. Not until the next morning when she was in her seat on the airplane, did Penny find the envelope her father must have slipped into her purse. It contained a 200-dollar check and a note: “Dearest Penny, Thank you for a wonderful ..."

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