A Tale of Marriage, Medicine and Murder


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Chapter 12: Chapter Twelve
"...Emotional things could blind-side a person; one couldn’t plan for them. Penny was too confused to relax. Reviewing the conversation in her mind, she couldn’t decide whether it was good or bad. It was not a good discussion to have at bedtime. Remembering her necklace, she shifted to her back, pulled it from inside her gown, and balanced the medallion on her forehead. She imagined herself flying down their driveway, veering right, and climbing above the treetops to circle their home. ..."

Chapter 22: Chapter Twenty-Two
"... “I would never have come here by myself. Thank you for bringing me.” “Do you have your necklace? I want to take a picture of you, wearing your great-grandmother’s necklace, standing in front of her home.” To show him, Penny drew the medallion up from the neck of her sleep-shirt, ..."

"...led me though a tunnel from the basement to a hole in this hill. Her smile was like Mother’s.... And the bed I slept in—I think it might be the one Mother and Grandmother were born in. Johnny—the medallion on the ceiling is just like my necklace!” ..."

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"Margaret McMillion’s novel intricately weaves a woman’s personal doubts and life trials into the intense and stressful operations..."

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