A Tale of Marriage, Medicine and Murder


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Chapter 9: Chapter Nine
"... crying. “What happened over here?” Penny asked her. “I’ll tell you, but first I need to hang a piggyback. Why don’t you chart your stick, and then I’ll walk you back to Oncology. I want to go down to the cafeteria anyway.” Maria had left by the time the nurse from Fourth ..."
"... “This hospital’s built around a section of the old Jacksonville Hospital. It was, like, a fairly new wing donated by old Dr. Spate and his wife–-their portraits are down in the main lobby. When we get off let’s go down to the cafeteria and I’ll tell you some serious stuff.” ..."
"...Their shift finished, Barb and Penny sat in a corner booth of the almost deserted cafeteria. It was still too early for office personnel to arrive, and the surgeons and their staff were already at work. Only a few family members who had spent the night at a bedside were there at that hour. “I’m honest,” Barb said. “Putting out fires ..."
"... would not do! ...You’ve seen Dr. Spate’s eyes, right?” On the wall outside the cafeteria hung two gold-framed portraits from which four penetrating brown eyes judged anyone venturing onto the gleaming tile floor of the lobby. Penny nodded. “I can see why you nicknamed it ..."

Chapter 18: Chapter Eighteen
"...The cafeteria was trimmed with green crepe paper and the long tables, decorated with baskets of gold balls, had been placed perpendicular to a make-shift stage. Betty, in a red velveteen pants suit, waved from across the room and hurried toward them, pulling Tod by the hand. “Hi, I’m ..."

Chapter 21: Chapter Twenty-One
"... out, but she works tonight. I’ll leave a note for her to call you.” Penny had enough time before work to eat a real meal. In the cafeteria, she tarried before the steam table, contemplating the containers of food. “I’ll tell you what’s good,” said Kerri Kenyon, one of the first ..."
"... up here tonight; I can’t talk now.” “Do you work Thursday?” Flossie Mae asked. “Yes, Thursday night.” “Then meet me in the cafeteria Friday morning after work.” “Okay.” Penny replaced the receiver and answered the call light from 406. “May I help you?” “Tell the ..."
"...state between sleep and wakefulness, Penny heard again the closing sound of the back door to CCU and turned over. No, it was actually Johnny coming in from the garage. She reached the kitchen before he could remove his coat. “I met Flossie Mae in the cafeteria for breakfast this morning.” ..."

"...Center. Doctors who messed up were warned and placed on probation. If they didn’t shape up, they left for a family emergency and didn’t return. Staff physicians didn’t receive lavish gifts at Christmas or enjoy special privileges like the free Sunday dinners that River Park Hospital’s cafeteria provided for doctors’ families. Flossie Mae had told Penny that when Jacksonville’s ER docs complained about a small TV in their lounge and turned in a request for a large-screen set, both the small television and its stand disappeared and were not replaced. ..."
"... Her pulse rate returned to normal and a rumbling in her stomach reminded her that she was hungry. Thinking back over the events of the day, looking for things she should have done differently, nothing stood out in her mind. It was after two, and the cafeteria was closed. She purchased crackers and a Coke from vending machines and carried them into the Nursing Office, shutting the door behind her. After a few minutes she called the Administrator’s home. ..."

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