“Penny’s panic grew like a tumor, doubling in mass with every breath. When the elevator stopped in the basement, she pulled out the red knob that held it stationary, then squatted and opened the box next to the emergency phone. Holding her breath, she located the button inside and pushed it in. There was a creaking-snapping sound as the rear door of the elevator slid back to reveal an unlit space. She hesitated, afraid to go forward and afraid of going back. Someone banged on the front door of the elevator and every cell of her body froze.” Excerpt from page 294 of PERSONAL BAGGAGE, A Tale of Marriage, Medicine, and Murder.
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