PERSONAL BAGGAGE
A Tale of Marriage, Medicine and Murder

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Chapter 1: Chapter One
83.
"... muddled by little black cars zooming back and forth as she drifted toward sleep. On that August evening, Penny had no idea that she would soon be swept into a realm of greed, intrigue, and, ultimately, murder. ..."

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Chapter 15: Chapter Fifteen
131.
"... start radiation treatments next week, and after that comes chemotherapy.” Staggered by the gravity of Maureen’s illness, Penny placed a hand on the over-bed table. The death-dealing disease was murdering Maureen! “Yeah, I’ve picked myself into some thin cotton.” A house wren landed ..."

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Chapter 16: Chapter Sixteen
109.
"... “No, don’t give him blood; I don’t want Brother to have AIDS.” The woman stared at Penny as if she was a suspicious character, possibly a murderer. “That’s how Cousin Jack got AIDS and you’re NOT gonna give AIDS to Brother!” Jane shook her head and stomped her foot. ..."

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Chapter 19: Chapter Nineteen
130.
"... him.” Penny surprised herself with what she imagined. Johnny’s voice exploded across the table, “Jesus H. Christ! If you seriously think such a thing might have happened, you’ve been reading too many murder mysteries!” Penny gaped at him in stunned silence. He scrutinized his ..."

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Chapter 20: Chapter Twenty
"...“Buck died last night, and I think he was murdered.” Her already-fast pulse quickened. “I don’t have any proof, but I know I didn’t give him enough morphine to trigger cardiac arrest. I heard the back door shut just before he coded. Whoever it was had a key and came in and out while I ..."

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Chapter 26: Chapter Twenty-Six
"...A movement drew Penny’s attention and she looked toward the bed. She had forgotten Mrs. Banks was in the room. Flossie Mae’s mother had been a mute witness to her daughter’s murder! The woman, who had not spoken since her stroke, was sitting up staring at them from across the room. “I’m scared,” she said. ..."

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