A Tale of Marriage, Medicine and Murder


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Chapter 2: Chapter Two
"... weekends, starting tomorrow. Awakened by soft music from her Bose clock/radio, Penny shut off the alarm and dressed quietly to avoid disturbing Johnny, who slept in another bedroom. Because of her work schedule, they had stopped sleeping together years ago. Each time Penny looked at her ..."

Chapter 3: Chapter Three
"...beside her bed, she peered into the darkness and fumbled with the lamp switch, trembling like a patient with escalating temperature. Squinting her eyes against the abrupt light, she surveyed the bedroom with a sweeping glance: she was alone in her room, there was no smoke, and the Bose showed 4 a.m., an hour and a half until time to get up and still pitch black outside. ..."

Chapter 11: Chapter Eleven
"...vivid dream haunted her. A black-clad woman standing by a window in a cold, smoke-filled room had extended her arm, stretched out her fingers, and beckoned. Penny had wanted to touch her hand—to feel her skin, but fear held her back, and the woman disintegrated as the Bose alarm sounded. Her form disappeared into the air like dust particles separating. ..."

Chapter 12: Chapter Twelve
"... Penny slid her bare feet forward on his rug, feeling for obstacles with her toes. She perched on the side of his bed and looked at him by the light from his Bose. “I hate dealing with money, but I need to know about our finances. If you’ll teach me, I want to learn to pay our bills.” ..."

Chapter 16: Chapter Sixteen
"...night over a bowl of chili, Penny listened to Johnny’s account of winning Friday’s homecoming football game, which the whole town was celebrating. Then, after a hot shower and fortifying herself with Tylenol, she fell into bed trying not to think, listening to Music From Scotland on her Bose. ..."

Chapter 17: Chapter Seventeen
"...Penny shifted onto her back, stretched, and struggled to focus her eyes on the illuminated numbers on her Bose. It was ten minutes before the alarm would sound on a Dixiana work Sunday. She blundered to the bathroom regretting her crying jag the night before. Her lips stuck together, her eyes throbbed, and she dropped everything she picked up. Struck by her own clumsiness, ..."

Chapter 26: Chapter Twenty-Six
"... Penny. Yanked back to the present, her mouth open to scream, she sat up, her gown stuck to her skin like wet Kleenex. The Bose displayed 11:30: she had slept two hours and it was still Thursday morning. She should have known better than to eat a big breakfast before going to sleep! Reheating ..."

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"Healthcare can be murder. "Personal Baggage" is a novel from Margaret McMillon discussing the current issues surrounding the modern healthcare..."

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