The Brown Paper Bag

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AuthorHouse, 2007 M06 19 - 304 pages
Susan Turner, a young divorced black Registered Nurse, who is struggling to support a chronically ill four year old son, is given a brown grocery bag for safe keeping by an elderly poatient who instructs her to tell no one that she has the bag, and if he should never call for it, the contents are hers to keep. Upon returning to work the next morning, she learrns that the patient has died during the night of suspicious circumstances, and she is accused of murder.
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
11
Section 3
15
Section 4
26
Section 5
33
Section 6
48
Section 7
65
Section 8
75
Section 12
145
Section 13
160
Section 14
180
Section 15
196
Section 16
211
Section 17
242
Section 18
252
Section 19
285

Section 9
97
Section 10
107
Section 11
132
Section 20
299
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Eula Youngblood is a Licensed Vocational Nurse and holds a degree inBusiness, and Mechanical Engineering. She has completed numerous management courses and taught ESL, and Literacy classes for many years after retiring.While employed for 25 years in Quality Assurance Management, she developed an Inspection Training Manual that was used in Trade Schools, and Junior Colleges to teach students the skills of inspection. She also designed a transformer tester, using Solid State Loads that allowed transformers to be tested in eight minutes; a test that previously took over one hour.During these years, Eula became involved in studying teleplay writing and was the 1975 Honorable Mention recipient in annual writer's competition sponsored by the Writer's Guild Foundation, and holds numerous citations for her outstanding community accomplishments. She also produced and directed numerous stage plays that she authored. Eula's first published work was a poem when she was eight years old.Now retired, she writes feature articles for magazines, and local newspapers, has taaught drama and creative writing at the Acton, CA Community Club where she initiated and produced the first annual production of "A Little Night Music."Eula was a long time member of the Romance Writer's of America. The Antelope Valley Writers, The Acton Women's Club, The Acton Lions and Community Club, (ASQE) The American Society of Quality Engineers, and Women's Management Associations. She is currently active with the Antelope Vally Christian Writer's.Eula's interest in writing and drama has been her passion throughout her life. While she and husband James raised four children in the West San Fernando Valley in CA, she involved the entire family in her theater productions.

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