Unnatural Death: Confessions of a Medical Examiner


2 1/2 Stars

This is a true crime book written by a fellow at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. He runs the Bring Your Own Slides session at the annual meeting, and he was the main medical examiner for New York. He’s a pretty funny guy in person, but this book was full of bitching and moaning about the judicial process and a lot of self adoration that left a bad taste in my mouth. He did talk about a few interesting cases, but for the most part he critiqued how law enforcement and upper management treated him during his tenure as a medical examiner, and this got very tiresome.


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