A Tale of Marriage, Medicine and Murder


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Chapter 11: Chapter Eleven
"... bakes. I saw a beautiful Holly Hobby cake she decorated.... You still at it, Louise?” “Uh huh. I made Buck Dalton a motorcycle cake.... For my first motorcycle, it turned out really well.” “Buck was pretty low the last time I saw him,” Penny said. “Sounds like he’s doing ..."
"... he’s doing better.” Louise said, “He’s working two other jobs besides this: one in the Jacksonville hospital lab, and the other in a doctor’s office. He must be making big bucks, because he bought a motorcycle and he’s talking about moving into a house.” “Where does he live ..."

Chapter 12: Chapter Twelve
"... Nearing the end, they turned into the driveway of a house under construction and Zac explored it with them, his paws clicking on the plywood floors. As they left the garage and proceeded down the driveway, a red motorcycle roared up and stopped. Penny called Zac and reattached his leash. ..."
"... motorcycle roared up and stopped. Penny called Zac and reattached his leash. “What’cha think?” The motorcycle man lifted off his helmet and ran his fingers through unruly hair, pushing it back from his glasses. “Hello.” Penny tried to remember his last name. “Buck, this is my ..."
"... is a nice one.” “It’s gonna be mine if I can swing it. Doc says he’ll work it out for me, and he must be gonna do it. You see this motorcycle, don’cha?” He stepped away so they could have the full view. “I bought it from Doc Scales. We’re buddies.” Buck stooped to pat ..."
"... in his leash, pulling away. “Louise told me you’re working in Jacksonville,” Penny said, skirting the motorcycle as Zac drew her toward the street. “I’ll be up in Oncology Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights so maybe I’ll see you at work.” “Hey!” Buck yelled after ..."

Chapter 19: Chapter Nineteen
"...area with their spotlights while the emergency crew loaded Buck into the ambulance. Several curious neighbors approached; one man had picked up Buck’s helmet and carried it with him. The policemen pointed out skid marks on the pavement, a gash in the electric pole, and a wrecked motorcycle in the bushes. ..."
"...Maureen’s death, and the excitement of having their children at home for Christmas, topped off by Buck’s motorcycle wreck kept Penny awake far into the night. If she had not worried about waking Johnny, she would have gotten out of bed and started cleaning their wrecked house. Sometime after four, she fell into a sound sleep. ..."
"...“When I went out front to get the paper, they were out there taking pictures and measuring tracks. I talked to them until the wrecker came and hauled off Buck’s motorcycle. Last night, we only saw skid marks into the flower bed and the gash in the pole, but this morning they found car tracks on down toward the dead end. They dig into the grass, then come up onto the pavement with marks where somebody started off ..."
"... are no paint marks from another vehicle on it.” “How could they tell that the car was coming this way onto the street and not screeching to a stop when the motorcycle went off to the left? Maybe braking fast and going off into the grass?” “The grass is bent, smashed backward away from ..."
"... gaped at him in stunned silence. He scrutinized his wife’s face and lowered his voice. “You’re joking, right? The police think it probably was teenagers, parked down there drinking. They heard the motorcycle coming and took off too fast.” Penny laid down her fork and slouched ..."

Chapter 20: Chapter Twenty
"... followed Penny as she moved around the room. She reminded him that he was back in Dixiana and talked about his motorcycle accident. His face was as devoid of expression as a cat’s. Penny injected IV morphine in 2 mg increments until he relaxed. When the two night-shift nurses sat down ..."
"... his jaw muscles flexing. Penny spread her arms and gripped the edge of the table. “I think Dr. Scales kept Buck on a ventilator until he moved him back here so he could kill him and keep him from telling who ran his motorcycle off the road.” “Okay, calm down.” Johnny said. ..."

Chapter 21: Chapter Twenty-One
"...A man who police suspect of fatally beating his wife, mother, and child was critically injured in a motorcycle accident yesterday in Dixiana, Mississippi. Buck Dalton, 28, had been wanted ever since detectives found the bodies in their 124 State St. home in Ardmore, Louisiana. However, before detectives there could find him, he was injured and placed in the Critical Care Unit in Jacksonville Medical Center. ..."
"... cafeteria for breakfast this morning.” Johnny got that oh-no-not-again look in his eyes and Penny continued with a little less enthusiasm, holding out a sheet of paper. “She gave me this copy of an article about Buck’s motorcycle accident.” Johnny raised one eyebrow in a questioning ..."

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