A Tale of Marriage, Medicine and Murder


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Chapter 4: Chapter Four
"... to go back to sleep.” “Probably a spirit.” Responding to Penny’s dubious expression, Maureen continued. “Old City Hospital was haunted, built on an Indian burial ground–-didn’t I tell you about that? Strange things were all the time happening.” “Like what?” “I ..."

Chapter 11: Chapter Eleven
"...A 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. ..."

Chapter 17: Chapter Seventeen
"...After discharging the body to a funeral home and closing out the chart, Penny picked up a magazine and read about a haunted country church whose ghost would not allow the pulpit Bible to be moved. People who had tried to carry it away insisted that it became heavier and heavier, until it was impossible to hold. ..."

Chapter 19: Chapter Nineteen
"... slick as snail slime! He’s the reason she moved to Jacksonville.” “So you’re working in a haunted hospital with an evil doctor; how lucky can you get? With your imagination, you should write a book!” “I swear on my mother’s grave, Johnny, Dr. Scales...” Johnny hugged ..."

"...Lily looked to Uncle Buddy, who nodded permission. “Some people think they see ghosts at the windows.” They believe our house is haunted, but it’s just a real old-th house. We’re old too, you see, so sometimes we don’t remember everything—like when I find plates on the table and I can’t remember if I put them there.” ..."

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"Margaret McMillion's PERSONAL BAGGAGE is a very entertaining story of professional life within a corrupt medical community, and the toll..."

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