“They say I’m dying.” My stepmother’s voice on the phone was full of gravel from forty-plus years of smoking.

“Who says you’re dying, Bree?”

“My doctors at Sloan Kettering,” she said. “I have tumors everywhere. They want me to go to a hospice to die.”

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