A Tale of Marriage, Medicine and Murder

FAQs answered by Margaret McMillion in PERSONAL BAGGAGE

Some of the most frequently asked questions about and for the book PERSONAL BAGGAGE, answered by the author Margaret McMillion

Is there still corruption in Medicare?
Is your character Maureen based on a real person?
Why did you choose the title PERSONAL BAGGAGE?
Where did you get the name, Zac, for Penny’s dog?
Have you ever actually touched a snake?
Do you think a longer period with mandated counseling would reduce the US divorce rate?
Do you believe that the spirits of our ancestors are still hanging around us?
Did you find much racial or class prejudice among the staff members with whom you worked?
Did you have a weatherman as a patient?
Do you think that having a living will on the chart hastens a patient’s death?
Is patient confidentiality a big issue in health care?
What do you want your readers to come away with after reading PERSONAL BAGGAGE?
Will there be a second mystery book based on Penny and Johnny Pewitt?
Were there parts of your original manuscript that you hated to delete from PERSONAL BAGGAGE?
Why did you give weather such an important role in your novel?
Do hospitals provide coffee for their nurses?
What made you decide to write PERSONAL BAGGAGE?
What gives you such insight into the nursing profession?
Have you personally witnessed Medicare fraud, and, if so, how did you handle it?
Has becoming an author changed your life?
What was your purpose in including Penny's dreams as though real at first?
What are your suggestions for book club discussions of PERSONAL BAGGAGE?
Are the Southern sayings in PERSONAL BAGGAGE original?
Should hospital security guards carry guns or night sticks?
Is a beeper better suited to a hospital situation than a cell phone?
Why did you include the trip to Columbus, Mississippi?

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

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