Forensic pathologist Richard Pryor uses his 'golden handshake' to set up in private practice with scientist Angela Bray. A friendly coroner gives them a start, and when two women both claim that human remains found near a reservoir are their relatives, the dilemma is given to them to investigate. Set in 1950’s post-war Britain, this thrilling new series is set during the emergence of forensic science.
©2010 Bernard Knight (P)2010 WF Howes Ltd
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4 out of 5 stars
By Mrs. K. I. Richards on 21-10-15

good story.

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I enjoyed this story describing what forensic tools were available in the 1950's and the lifestyle of that period of time.
as Bernard knight was a pathologist at that period of time he should know what he is writing about making it authentic. it is explained that the characters are all fictional but the area in which the stories are set factual.
Jonathon keeble did a good job of performing the book.
looking forward to the next book.

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1 out of 5 stars
By The Curator on 18-04-18

Whining nostalgia

Before this book even begins the author talks about setting it before the era of modern policing and specifically “health and safety and political correctness “. This favourite whinge of the baby boomers made me nervous and indeed the first couple of chapters were tediously nostalgic.

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