Forty Years of Murder

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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, Jan 1, 2008 - Forensic pathologists - 424 pages
4 Reviews
Christie, Hanratty, The Krays ... murderers haunt the mind. We read about them in the press with horrified curiosity and, if we're lucky, this is as close as we get. But Home Office Pathologise Keith Simpson spent forty years in the very midst of murder. This is his autobiography.

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User Review  - jigwagigiggs - LibraryThing

A bit too techincal for the layman in my opinion. Yes a very absorbing read but I think this would be better for those with the pre requisite knowledge of anatomy. Budding pathologiists and wannabee CSI merchants, read, enjoy and welcome to the real world! Read full review

Review: Forty Years of Murder: An Autobiography

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I read this when it was first published. At the time, I was a medical student. The juicy forensic cases and techniques that Simpson describes make good stories and certainly got me more interested in ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

Professor Keith Simpson, now deceased, entered Guy’s Hospital as a student and stayed as a teacher for the whole of his professional life. He reached the summit of his profession, pioneering forensic medicine. He is the author of the standard textbook on the subject and edited the profession’s ‘bible’ Taylor’s Medical Jurisprudence.

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