A Tale of Marriage, Medicine and Murder


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Chapter 2: Chapter Two
"...Arriving home, she slowed as Oakwood Street curved around her front yard and looked across the pavement to admire the Vanlandinghams’ large flower bed, where multicolored zinnias, nandina bushes, and ornamental grasses encircled the base of an electric pole. Deep in the lot, moss-draped oaks simultaneously veiled and romanticized the tall Tuscan columns that supported the portico of Oakden. Built as a millionaire planter’s town house before the ..."

Chapter 12: Chapter Twelve
"... said. Turning back onto Oakwood, they passed in front of their house and continued on toward the dead end. Pausing beside the Vanlandinghams’ dying flower garden, Penny unsnapped Zac’s leash. There was no traffic and the dog ran free, zig zagging from side to side down the street. Nearing ..."

Chapter 19: Chapter Nineteen
"... “I don’t remember any of it. When did they light fires in the woods and cook hot dogs? Did you know they changed their Halloween costumes and went back to houses that gave out the best candy? And Harriet said she used to pick the Vanlandinghams’ camellias! I would never have allowed that; I must have been at work!” ..."
"...corner onto Oakwood with Zac prancing. Johnny sped up to catch them, then stopped while Penny bent to unsnap Zac’s leash from his collar. After giving her a questioning look, Zac ran in front of them, crossed the street, and jumped into the flower bed beside the Vanlandinghams’ driveway, barking. ..."

Chapter 21: Chapter Twenty-One
"...She walked to the street to collect her can, then crossed into the Vanlandinghams’ yard to look at their camellias. The bushes were loaded with swollen buds and a few flowers. She examined a spectacular blossom: sweeps of white on ruffled rose petals encircling golden stamen. She had considered the possibility that winter might remain forever, yet here was proof ..."

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