A Tale of Marriage, Medicine and Murder


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Chapter 8: Chapter Eight
"... You know that!” “But what about his soul? I thought a soul was something in your consciousness. Your brain’s an organ, just like your heart’s an organ. When your heart fails, you die. So when your mind fails, do you think your soul is still intact somewhere?” “How should I ..."

"... with your music,” the operator said. “Supervisor turned it off. Did anybody else complain?” “Not a soul.... It’s pretty weird! Well, I’ll page Housekeeping for you.” Carina balanced her checkbook while Penny loaded a fresh pot of coffee and then joined Kerri, who was ..."

Chapter 26: Chapter Twenty-Six
"... re-entered Mrs. Sharp’s room. EEEEeeeeeee!!! From somewhere nearby the scream pierced a hole in the night, and soul-splitting shrieks followed it. “He’s going to kill me! Get help! Get help! He’s going to kill me! He’s going to kill me!” Through Mrs. Sharp’s ..."

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"In a story of evolving relationships, Margaret McMillion breathes life into her characters, especially Penny, who must find..."

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