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Book: Without Consent by Bev Irwin
She found the first victim...now she might be the next. In South-Western Ontario a crafty, vicious psychopath is at work excising the kidneys of the women he abducts. Doctor Claire Valincourt, recently jilted, finds his first victim and assists with the autopsy. But little does she know the killer has his sights on her, too. Relationship-jaded Detective Gerry Rosko desperately searches for a [...]
 
Book: Murder on the Back Burner by Tony Nash
The fourth in the murder/mystery series, featuring Detective Chief Inspector Tony Dyce, of the Norfolk Constabulary, and his forensic pathologist wife, Jane Keller. A talented, well-funded killer is targetting ex-Metropolitan police officers, using a series of bizarre methods, which Jane uncovers, one by one. The forensic science is deep, dirty and diligent in the autopsy scenes, as ever, and [...]
 
Book: Forensic Science for Writers by Phill Jones, Ph.D.
Do you want forensics to play a starring role in your fiction, but you find that you're not quite sure what it's all about? Forensic Science for Writers reveals the secrets behind forensic science technology. You'll explore how investigators analyze blood, DNA, fingerprints, hair, documents, ammunition, corpses, and other physical evidence. From the code-breaking tricks of the cyber-sleuth to the [...]
 
Book: The Murder of Sherlock Holmes by David Fable
A shocking death revives the past in David Fable's The Murder of Sherlock Holmes, a refreshing new take on the iconic detective. The year is 1912, and Sherlock Holmes lies dead on the coroner's table as a shaken Dr. Watson witnesses his autopsy. In the search for Holmes's murderer, Watson is joined by Christopher Hudson, the 21 year old son of Mrs. Hudson, Holmes' former landlady at 221B Baker [...]
 
Book: The Bathwater Conspiracy by Janet Kellough
Nothing about this case makes sense. Detective Carson "Mac" MacHenry can't figure out why the Darmes are so interested in this one dead girl or why the secretive federal police have rushed the autopsy or why, a few days later, the records of the dead girl's murder have been erased from all official government channels. Even stranger to the detective is the manner of death - injuries consistent [...]
 
Book: Mister Kreasey's Demon (Let Storm Clouds Pass series Book 1) by Raymond Nickford
Broken by his street-hardened London students, reduced to paranoia, can Amy's teacher stop himself losing she, alone, he might have trusted, might have loved ? Mister Kreasey's Demon Visiting his apartment to bring her teacher a long overdue essay, Kreasey noticed : "Amy stood on her very highest heels, the ones that gave her an extra three-and-a-half inches over a world that had always seemed to [...]
 
Book: Cupboard of Skeletons (Let Storm Clouds Pass series Book 4) by Raymond Nickford
Can Miranda trust her hypnotist ? Can a family avoid being split by the paranoia of one ? Can an unexpected romance survive ? There is a sense of 'presence' of ghosts, but the 'Cupboard of Skeletons' houses people with dark secrets which haunt and test their lives, those who challenge fate and, against all odds, can find something of their dreams. The stories reflect a whole spectrum of emotions [...]
 
Book: Twists in the Tale - Collected ghost stories and psychological suspense (Let Storm Clouds Pass Book 5) by Raymond Nickford
Schizophrenic Sam Baldock says he 'hears' Beethoven calling him. For therapy, his doctor and daughter Joanne accompany Sam to the Beethoven Museum in Vienna, once the composer's apartment. Will lonely Joanne, at last, get closer - to her strange Dad ? Raymond Nickford has a degree in Psychology and Philosophy from University College of North Wales. Troubled souls, the lonely, his inspiration. [...]
 
Book: Aristo's Family (Let Storm Clouds Pass series Book 3) by Raymond Nickford
Why, Pavlos wonders, must he be hypnotised by his dad ? Why the nausea, that pit of obedience ... the next "Greek lesson" ? What 'family' could it be, when his father digs for relatives he knows were all incinerated during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974? Raymond Nickford has a degree in Psychology and Philosophy from University College of North Wales. Troubled souls, the lonely, his [...]
 
Book: A Child from the Wishing Well (Let Storm Clouds Pass series Book 2) by Raymond Nickford
Gerard's only wish is to escape the dark of chronic paranoia to be closer for his lonely daughter. He accompanies Rosie to violin lessons with eccentric but friendly tutor Miss Stein. But could the old spinster's often foul-smelling "wishing" well really be a place for his wish ? Raymond Nickford has a degree in Psychology and Philosophy from University College of North Wales. Troubled souls, the [...]
 


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